A woman goes into an antique shop to buy furniture, and notices a large mirror, which the owner refuses to sell, claiming that it's possessed. She persuades him to let her borrow it for a ... See full summary »
Five husbands, five ex-wives, five anonymous stories during poker night. They are seducing construction workers, being raped by a hygienist and a dentist, seducing guys in a porno theater, being a dominatrix and a would-be porn star.
Cristine is another sexually frustrated woman with a pre-occupied husband working too hard for their mutual benefit. She becomes employed by a liberated woman and is introduced to a ... See full summary »
Vanessa del Rio,
Wanda Brandt is a shrewd corporate takeover engineer. She plots to seize control of the most stable financial investment firm on Wall Street by sexually blackmailing all the corporate stockholders out of their holdings. Things get complicated for Wanda as the company president hires an investigator to determine the cause of the sudden instability of the stock. Wanda must seek help from her prior company's secretary and a stockbroker to achieve her objective. Written by
The R-rated, re-edited version known as 'Stocks and Blondes' has all the hardcore close-ups removed and has the running time padded with new footage with 'Veronica Hart', Tish Ambrose, Ron Jeremy and Dick Biel. Actress Leigh Wood joins the cast as "Wendy Willingquim." The on-screen acting credits (in order) for 'Stocks and Blondes' are: 1) Leigh Wood, 2) Veronica Hart, 3) Jaime Kantor and 4) Dick Biel as Dick Beil. Additional on-screen crew credits are: Maryann Brandon as M. Brandon = editor, Glenn Dubin as G.R. Dubin = executive producer and Henry Swieca as H. Swieca = executive producer. Producer Steven Kaman is listed as Steve Kaman, producer J. Christian Ingvordsen is listed as J.C. Ingvordsen and director Larry Revene is listed as Arthur Greenstands. The remaining on-screen crew credits are identical to those of 'Wanda Whips Wall Street.' See more »
Save your money and forget this investment of bad entertainment.
My market share is rapidly falling due to seeing terrible movies like STOCKS AND BLONDES! Our beautiful financial figure named Wanda shows off whatever it takes to become a success story. What story? It's just uninteresting, unworthy, and unadmirable, and to "top it all off", it doesn't exist. Good thing this one is cut from any thermometer-exploding scenes, and I can still care less. This is an exploitation comedy that gives itself a bad name, creating a deep hole into the domestic economy. The video distributors from the past lost millions of dollars for putting out movies like this. It's a great find if you like your women totally bare.
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