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Expose Me Now (1982)

Two twin brothers, Shane and Abel, attend the reading of their recently deceased uncle's will. It turns out that he has left everything to Shane and nothing to Abel. In order to claim his ... See full summary »





Cast overview:
Lynx Canon
Brooke Bennett ...
(as Joan Victoria)
Angel Burgeon ...
(as Angel Bergon)
Dana Moore
Howard Darkley
K.C. Valentine ...
(as Casey Valentine)
Don Fernando
Milton Ingley ...
(as Michael Morrison)
Steve Shimel


Two twin brothers, Shane and Abel, attend the reading of their recently deceased uncle's will. It turns out that he has left everything to Shane and nothing to Abel. In order to claim his inheritance, the will states that Shane must perform certain odd tasks. Abel sets out to thwart Shane's efforts to follow the rules and try to claim the inheritance for himself. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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27 November 1982 (Japan)  »

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Truth Will Out
24 January 2009 | by (Brugge, Belgium) – See all my reviews

A Jack of all trades within adult industry confines, performing anything from script supervision to sound editing, Joe Sherman graduated to directing with a mere handful of puerile but undeniably pleasant porn comedies akin to the late great Gerard Damiano's attempts at same with the likes of DEEP THROAT, MEATBALL and by far best of show NEVER SO DEEP. Making no claims beyond providing light lustful entertainment, Sherman had the impeccable sense of surrounding himself with talented people who were proficient at both aspects thereof, first and foremost the delectable Danielle who was to headline in most of his efforts, memorably essaying the title role in his enjoyably ludicrous BLONDE NEXT DOOR.

In what must surely rank as Sherman's sterling directorial achievement, EXPOSE ME NOW, she plays Sondra, ever supportive Girl Friday to conniving Abel Phillips (Ron Jeremy) who feels he has been cruelly cheated out on his dad's inheritance by his do-gooder twin brother Shane (Herschel Savage). Shane and Abel, geddit ? As a clause to his will, their father has duly stipulated that Shane should tirelessly continue his established tradition of good deeds – wearing an over-sized boy scout uniform to boot ! – every evening from 6 to 9, the time when people apparently feel most desperate and needy. During this daily absence, Abel surreptitiously attempts to sell Shane's estate out from under him, using a computer program that compiles all of his prospective buyer's sexual weaknesses. How on earth he got hold of this information is really beside the point. Hey, it's porn so this is convenient, right ?

Though clearly enamored of her employer, Sondra's pressed into duty seducing millionaire Michael Morrison but winding up with his horny Mexican gardener Richard Pacheco instead in one of the film's downright funniest bits. Always hot Lynx Canon (fondly remembered for her al fresco session with horse riding instructor Star Wood from Fred Lincoln's terrific SAME TIME EVERY YEAR) dons a cute little navy outfit to lure shipping magnate Paul Thomas and his "son" Don Fernando into a steamy threesome with homosexual Jean Genet type undertones - the computer reveals his penchant for "sailor boys" ! - that PT clearly picks up on but seem to go straight over hired schlong Don's head, as usual. Buxom Brooke Bennett a/k/a "Joan Victoria" (whose sole starring roles came courtesy of the late John Christopher who prominently featured her in both BLUE JEANS and DADDY'S LITTLE GIRLS) orders lesbian power broker Dana Moore, a pretty performer bearing a passing resemblance to Sharon Mitchell whose only other credit's for Chris Warfield's equally excellent PURELY PHYSICAL, to (literally) toss her salad as a prelude to their aborted Sapphic slurping. Meanwhile, Savage's ravaged by perky fellow girl scout Angel Burgeon, who was one of Leonard Kirtman's COED TEASERS. Toothsome K.C. Williams plays Shane's bride to be in the side-splitting "give your future brother in law a great big kiss" fade-out as all's well that ends well and succulent Sondra finally gets her guy all to herself.

Each sexual scenario offers a solid mix of hearty laughs and unadulterated heat as the plot amiably ambles along towards its not wholly unpredictable but surefire crowd-pleasing conclusion with the entire cast performing at the top of their game. Jeremy carries the comedy with his customary aplomb with the major surprise being the usually macho Savage matching him every step of the way as his endearingly naive sibling. The scene where Shane finds a discarded vibrator among his sofa cushions (excitedly exclaiming "My, what an ingenious device !" as he daintily puts the buzzing contraption to his cheek) displays a perfect mix of wonder and delight. Deliciously dirty Danielle also shows largely untapped comedic resources in her scene with the amusingly befuddled Pacheco, whom she imagines being his millionaire boss who gets turned on from erotic literature. To this effect, she carries a volume bluntly titled Lumberjack Lust, preceding her lecture by pulling out a huge jar of Vaseline "for when her lips get chapped from reading", she claims with a suggestively sly wink. A total delight from start to finish and a welcome reminder of the high standards maintained by the genre in days of yore.

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