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Ellie Howard (story) &
Henri Pachard (story)
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Release Date:
1982 (USA) See more »
Justine Jones, in a continuation of The Devil in Miss Jones, Part 1 (1973), is frustrated in hell. She... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Georgina Spelvin ... Justine Jones
Jack Wrangler ... Lucifer

Robert Kerman ... The Devil's Advocate (as R. Bolla)
Jacqueline Lorians ... Roxanne
Joanna Storm ... Private Parts
Anna Ventura ... Eve Schwartz
Michael Bruce ... Captain
Samantha Fox ... Sister Angela
Bobby Astyr ... Arnold
Alan Adrian ... Cyrano

Ron Jeremy ... Iago
Dena Ferrara ... Cleopatra
Sharon Kane ... Laughing Lady
Merle Michaels ... Nurse

Sharon Mitchell ... Marie Antoinette
Ashley Moore ... Sheik
George Payne ... Lance
Joey Silvera ... Roxanne's Visitor
Adam De Haven ... Beautician (as Adam DeHaven)
Daniel DuMaurier ... Roger
Cami Graham ... Senile Woman
John Henninger ... Eddie - The Duke
Fred J. Lincoln ... Hell's Chef (scenes deleted) (as F.J. Lincoln)
Kurt Mann ... Devil's Assistant
Dorota Miguel ... Renata
Henri Pachard ... Sargeant
Frank Sirocco ... Devil's Assistant
Chuck Vincent ... Sheik's Bodyguard (as Mark Ubell)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joe Santini ... Soldier with Private Parts (uncredited)

Directed by
Henri Pachard 
Writing credits
Ellie Howard (story and screenplay) &
Henri Pachard (story and screenplay)

Produced by
James Bochis .... producer
Original Music by
Barry Levitt 
Cinematography by
Larry Revene (director of photography)
Set Decoration by
Pat Finnegan  (as Patti Finnegan)
Costume Design by
Eddie Heath (wardrobe designer)
Makeup Department
Jim Bridges .... hair stylist
Jim Bridges .... makeup artist
Production Management
Howard Beach .... executive in charge of production
Mamie O'Tighe .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nancy Black .... second assistant director
Bill Slobodian .... assistant director
Art Department
N.A. Boyce .... construction
Matt DeMario .... construction
Pat Finnegan .... props (as Patti Finnegan)
Dan Goldman .... construction supervisor
Eddie Heath .... set designer
Noddy Holder .... construction
McGurk Pachard .... construction
Jeffrey Wallach .... construction
Sound Department
Bernie Curtis .... sound recordist
Joey Holiday .... boom operator
Tish Latoure .... boom operator
Ngaio Mishima .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
N.A. Boyce .... special effects operator
Matt DeMario .... special effects operator
Arnold Gargiulo .... special effects makeup
Noddy Holder .... special effects operator
McGurk Pachard .... special effects operator
Jeffrey Wallach .... special effects operator
Camera and Electrical Department
John Firestone .... gaffer
J. Sven Garlic .... Steadicam operator
Jesse Lane .... second assistant camera
Barbara Nitke .... still photographer (as B.G. Nitke)
James Peters .... assistant camera (as A.C. Peters)
Ivan Svensen .... second grip
Wendell Tukay .... second electric
Ken Yontz .... still photographer
Casting Department
Diana Diamond .... special casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
John Henninger .... special headresses
Maria Rinaldi .... wardrobe coordinator (as Maria Ranoldi)
Editorial Department
Chris Mace .... assistant editor
Ted Ryan .... supervising editor
Music Department
Barry Levitt .... conductor
Other crew
Maeuve Aislinn .... assistant to director
Hope Butterfield .... continuity supervisor
Ellie Fromme .... assistant to producer
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Devil in Miss Jones II" - USA (video box title)
"The Devil in Miss Jones Part 2" - USA (DVD box title)
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83 min | USA:73 min (1988 re-issue)
Sound Mix:
Canada:XXX (Nova Scotia) | Finland:K-16 (cut) (1990) | Finland:K-18 (uncut) (1985) | USA:X

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Factual errors: The word "sergeant" is misspelled in the closing credits as "sargeant".See more »
Movie Connections:
I Can't Do It By MyselfSee more »


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3 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
An improvement on the original, which isn't saying much., 12 July 2002

The sequel to the revolting Devil in Miss Jones really isn't all that bad. Many scenes work quite well, and the more unpleasant elements of the first film are nowhere to be found.

Though Pachard's visual style isn't anything terribly special, it's on a level with many respectable films of the same period. The use of special effects is unusually well-handled for a pornographic film from 1982, and the makeup is a noticeable improvement over the original.

As it turns out, Georgina Spelvin isn't nearly as ugly as she looked in the first movie. The performances in this film are average for the most part. Their are no really aggravating moments, but not many truly inspired moments either. Joanna Storm's small role as a young soldier is impressive, but no other actors stand out.

Even though the film gets points for not being as bad as its predecessor, it's still a very limited picture with no real ambition.

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