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Beach Blanket Bango (1975)

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(as J. Morris Deal)

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Veronica
Tony Mazziotti ...
Tommy
Cindy Taylor ...
Candy
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Lance (as Ric Lutz)
Nicolle Riddell ...
Nicky (as Niccole Riddell)
Sebastian Figg ...
McWhirter
Larry Barnhouse ...
Buford
Fred Lorenzo ...
Zippo
Damon Christian ...
Bumsteader (as Paul Stifflerin)
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Ellis (as Frank Michaels)
Tim Eastman ...
Policeman
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Policeman
Gerry Klein ...
Larry (as Bert Littlebeau)
Lazaro Valdez ...
Conga player
April Grant ...
Girl
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surfing | beach | sex | hardcore | See All (4) »

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In the surf, in the sand and in the sack! See more »

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Adult

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X
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11 October 1975 (Japan)  »

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Fair Porn Spoof of the Beach Party Movies
7 June 2017 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Beach Blanket Bango (1975)

** (out of 4)

Veronica (Rene Bond) is the hippest chick on the beach and she's in a sexually happy relationship with Tommy (Tony Mazziott). Pretty soon Lance (Ric Lutz) is trying to get Veronica and everything goes a bit crazy.

After doing a couple exploitation pictures, director James Bryan made back-to-back porno spoofs with this film and HIGH SCHOOL FANTASIES. I'm going to go out on the limb and say that Bryan wasn't overly thrilled with the genre because in both cases it appears he's more interested in the comedy and the spoof more than the actual sex. As with HIGH SCHOOL FANTASIES, the director uses this film to work in some pretty good moments dealing with the spoof of the "Beach" movies from AIP.

The problem is that the sex scenes are downright boring and there's some major issues with the screenplay. The screenplay tries to bite off more than it can chew. I say that because the film attempts to have a real story, the three-way love story, but the screenplay just doesn't do enough with it to make it more interesting. As it stands, there are a couple funny moments scattered throughout the running time but not much else.

Of course, the one thing that's going to bring people to this movie is Rene Bond. This here was made after her breast implants but she makes for a very good Veronica and she certainly had the look to where she could have been in a legit BEACH PARTY movie.


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