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Blonde Goddess (1982)

X | | Adult, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 1982 (USA)
Adventurer Louisiana Smith comes to the rescue of Jungle Jane as she is about to be sacrificed by lusty Indians in the Yucatan in 1936. Suddenly, we cut to the offices of Marble Comics ... See full summary »


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(as Bill Eagle), (as C.T. Cruel)
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Cast overview:
David Messa ...
Elmo Smathers / Louisiana Smith / Johnny Yank / Jack Hammer / Tony Steel (as Jonathan Ford)
Barbara Peckinpaugh ...
Amorella the Blonde Goddess / The Contessa / Sue Van Horn / Space Girl (as Susanna Britton)
Jacqueline Lorians ...
French Girl / Sadie
Loni Sanders ...
Millie Van Horn / Megazon's Girl (as Loni Saunders)
Jungle Jane ...
Ron Feilen ...
Mr. Big (as Mike Feline)
The Baron
Gordon G. Duvall ...
Dr. Robert Fish / Temple Overseer (as Steven Evens)
Matt West ...
Colleen Anderson ...
Abducted Girl (as Heather Young) (as Coleen Anderson)
Tamara West ...
Jill Van Horn
Jane Kelton ...
(credit only)


Adventurer Louisiana Smith comes to the rescue of Jungle Jane as she is about to be sacrificed by lusty Indians in the Yucatan in 1936. Suddenly, we cut to the offices of Marble Comics where comic artist nerd Elmo Smathers has been fantasizing, in Walter Mitty fashion, as his boss gives him a talking-to. His depravities are under fire by a sexy Comics Code representative. As the latter loosens up, throwing herself at the boss of the comic book company, Elmo fantasizes over other scenarios including himself as Johnny Ace, WWI ace pilot, battling the German Black Baron; as Private Eye Jack Hammer; and as a heroic construction worker who is transported to a spaceship by the galactic overlord, Megazon (along with a beautiful and innocently by-standing earthling). The "Blonde Goddess" makes an appearance in each fantasy. Written by Manfred Gluck

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... An Erotic Climax to the 20th Century!






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1982 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Blond Goddess  »

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Referenced in Flesh for Fantasies (1987) See more »

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Fun, tongue-in-cheek porn
28 November 2011 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

It's surprising that no one (before me) has commented on this once-legendary porn title, still readily available on DVD and a theatrical smash once upon a time.

I had seen it in the original run, and re-watching on DVD enjoyed once more the silliness. This is spoof, making fun of RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK and anticipating ROMANCING THE STONE. Joe Sarno followed up with an extremely similar film a year later, HOT STUFF, which did not make the initial impression that GODDESS did.

Susanna Britton stars in the title role, yet another actress "too pretty for porn". Watching her one is struck by the fact that she should be in mainstream films, but who's to complain about her XXX antics? David Messa stars as a cartoonist at a comic book company, a vaguely Marvel/DC wannabe outfit. He keeps dreaming of being the real-life hero of the various adventures he illustrates for the book, and that is the content we watch. He reprised one of his characters, Louisana Smith (hardly any competition for Harrison Ford) in Sarno's HOT STUFF movie.

The action is hot, and besides Britton, a very young Jacqueline Lorians is incredibly alluring in several roles, including a segment shot in black & white for a noir look. Loni Sanders guest stars, but her beauty and erotic talent is not properly used, while it is always a pleasure to see Heather Young in action, also in a smaller role.

Ron Jeremy is quite amusing, doing very familiar shtick including his favorite patter and Fritz Feld impression, oddly cast as a Baron von Richtofen figure in aerial dogfights with our hero. Some of this footage almost elevates the film to "real movie" status, but its end credits' claim of having been shot in France, Mexico and London's "Pinecone Studios" is clearly bogus.

Director Bill Milling made several classics (A SCENT OF HEATHER is likely his best), and this one is not great, but definitely a goodie. I prefer the Sarno followup, but that's just my own personal taste.

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