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Melissa Sue Anderson,
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Game show set decoration bares breast in turgid regional cheapie
GYPSY ANGELS (R) - Vidmark Video (Original 1994 VHS distributor): Brother, you just ain't seen bad acting until you've seen a pre-Wheel of Fortune Vanna White, playing the leather jumpsuit-clad squeeze toy of a macho barnstorming pilot (executive producer Gene Bicknell, who looks a lot like John Sayles but acts like Merle Haggard) defiantly proclaim: 'Well let me tell you one thing mister, I am one fine stripper. Real kinky, you know what I mean? Yeah, you betcha!' If the bellbottoms, aforementioned jumpsuits and Lyle Waggoner on display here are any indication, this is a movie the top-billed Vanna (at least Gene correctly surmised nobody would pay to see HIM) would likely have preferred to keep buried in the past, since most of it was shot in 1980. Not only can she not act, but she appears to be on the verge of puking during her big love scene with Gene (in which she innocently begs 'Love me. Please...love me.') To her credit, Vanna does reveal one of her vowels in said romp in the hay. Otherwise, toss this one a Golden Turkey Award. I give it a 1.
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