The background: A strippers' convention and a major contest. The movie focuses on a few strippers, each with her own strong motive to win.

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Credited cast:
Janette Boyd ...
Herself
Sara Costa ...
Herself
Kimberly Holcomb ...
Danyel
Loree Menton ...
Mouse
...
Gio
Ellen Claire McSweeney ...
Shakti Om
Jamal Rofeh ...
Himself (club owner)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Patrick Alexander ...
Firearms Instructor
...
Himself
Carol Cox
Venus DeLight ...
Herself
Laura Faye ...
Herself
Rikki Harte ...
Herself
Joy Michael ...
Herself
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The background: A strippers' convention and a major contest. The movie focuses on a few strippers, each with her own strong motive to win.

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31 January 1986 (USA)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Sara Costa's range firing scenes were filmed on the Alhambra Police Department's shooting range in South El Monte, CA. All scenes shot involved real, live fire, using a Smith and Wesson, Model 19, .357 Magnum revolver. The director wanted to show her firing an impressive score, so it was decided that the instructor, (Patrick Alexander) would be off camera shooting the target which would then be inserted as if it was fired by Sara. In fact she was doing very well in her firearms self defense training, and the target that was shown in the final cut was actually shot by Sara Costa. See more »

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The Girl Next Door
Written by Anthony Marinelli & Brian Banks
Performed by Joe Turano
Produced by Anthony Marinelli & Brian Banks
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6 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I stumbled across this bit of nonsense on Fox Movie Channel. It did not appear to have been edited for broadcast. There is nudity and some strong language, at least in terms of what you expect to show up on a non-pay-per-view or premium satellite channel. This movie is like a train wreck -- you know what's going to happen, but you just can't seem to look away. The whole stripper contest premise is incredibly hokey and pretty obviously drummed up by the filmmakers. The movie is essentially light weight soft porn, trying to capitalize on the "flash dance" craze of the early to mid 80's. I do have to give the film makers credit for women who look real, even if they are much more physically fit than most of us.


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