Egos and screen tests are all around when it is time to film an adult film called Matinee Idol. The lead star also has a private go with the casting directors' buxom secretary right on the casting directors' table.
An exploitive fate has it that a stripper is led to a salesmen, led to a babysitter, led to an adventuress, led to a woodcutter, led to a "nymph", led to a producer, led to "his Girl Friday", led to a hustler, led to the stripper.
Two students at a Catholic girls schools are best friends. One is a shy, withdrawn girl, and the other is a wild, party-'til-you-drop hellraiser. The partier decides to give her "good girl" friend an education in the ways of the world.
When Luke Frame's rock star wife dies of a drug overdose, he misses her. So much, that he can't forget her. Why? Because he was the cause that led to her death. Images of his wife continue ... See full summary »
Frustrated that her acting career is not as challenging as her college years, Brooke Fields (portraying herself) takes a break from Hollywood by staying with distant family friends in New ... See full summary »
While filming the adult film Matinee Idol, porn stars Lance and Linda have a clash of egos. After appreciating his talents, Linda asks her new pool man Bud Cochran to audition, but not before subjecting him to plastic casting "for prosperity". After Lance has a private session with the casting directors' secretary right on the casting directors' table, he successfully initiates new candidate Daisy through a screen test. Bud Cochran is approved after his own successful screen test with Daisy. A publisher wants Lance to write a sex book, but the publisher's wife has other ideas. Finally, Lance and Linda re-do their scene and find the missing sparkle. But after Daisy and Bud Cochran suddenly quit to marry each other, so do Lance and Linda. The casting directors then resort to asking the viewers for replacements. Written by
[after a publisher asks him to go home with his wife to discuss a potential sex book]
You got a nice place here. So, ha, we're gonna, ah, you want me to do a little book by book, ah?
Listen, Lance. Walter will never find out about this.
He could never understand how I really feel about you. Only I understand, Lance. I know what you feel.
You know what I feel?
Listen to me, Lance! I am talking about a relationship here!
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