This is a comic look at the fast food business and rates one of the best films ever. John Holmes operates a pizza delivery service that adds very special toppings provided by the delivery ... See full summary »
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Alex de Renzy
This is a comic look at the fast food business and rates one of the best films ever. John Holmes operates a pizza delivery service that adds very special toppings provided by the delivery girls - Desiree, Candida, Chris and Laurien. But Paul Thomas and the fried chicken people enlist the aid of the infamous San Francisco Night Chicken to drive the pizza operation out of business. The sex scenes are exceptionally ludicrous in the very entertaining adult movie. Written by
The DVD release of Hot & Saucy Pizza Girls has different opening credits than those of the theatrical film. Originally it was Desiree Cousteau as Deseree Cousteau, Candida Royalle (no attribute), Laurien Dominique as Laurien Dominque and Amber Rae as Amber Reah. The DVD has Desiree Cousteau (no attribute), Candida Royalle as Candida Rayalle, Laurien Dominique (no attribute) and Amber Rae as Amber Peck. The original film had Paul Thomas, Carl Regal, Richard Pacheco (as Mack Howard) and Spender Travis (as Spence Davis) while the DVD doesn't list these actors at all. The original has writer John Thomas Chapman as John T. Chapman while the DVD has it John Thomas Chapman as John Chapman. Finally, the original listed the film's copyright date as 1977 while the DVD has it 1979. See more »
The DVD box claims the film was directed by Damon Christian. In fact, Bob Chinn is listed in the film's credits as being the sole director of Pizza Girls. Damon Christian Productions is one of the production companies. See more »
I originally reviewed this about a year ago taking on the stance of someone who had been duped into watching it based on the belief that it was a comedy. Part of my review said: "I rented this expecting a comedy, but it is not." I thought my review was pretty funny if I do say so myself but apparently no one else got it since it received five unhelpful votes, out of five altogether.
Anyway, truth be told this actually is a good porn film and it's quite funny. The late John Holmes shows off his considerable talents as the "Pizza Man" (as he's billed in the credits) who shows a bunch of girls a good time.
I'm not all that into porn, but '70s porn was definitely the best, when they became pretentious like this and tried to develop plots (as seen in P.T. Anderson's brilliant satire "Boogie Nights").
I think it's pointless to say if you don't like watching naked people go at it, bad acting and hilariously inane dialogue, you won't like this.
But if you enjoy John Holmes attempting to act out scenes of dialogue, it's a hoot!
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