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Blow-Off! (1987)

X | | Adult | 1987 (USA)
Mr. Canoga hires Paula Wentworth to date and seduce politicians with private detective Nick King taping it. Paula moves on from Senator Duncan to Mr. Howard and his assistant Miss June and finally to Washington wife, Mrs. White.

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Lisa De Leeuw ...
Paula Wentworth
Herschel Savage ...
Nick King
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Senator Duncan
Danica Rhae ...
Miss June (as Deneca Blank)
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Mrs. White
David Cannon ...
Mr. Howard (as Dale Dundee)
Eric Edwards ...
Mr. Canoga
Craig Roberts ...
Jimmy Jackson (as Gerry Randolph)
Rosemarie ...
Honey (as Ruby Belnap)
Lynn Ray ...
Pixie (as Cindy Sitich)
John Ogden ...
Mark Phillips
Vic Moore ...
Frank Mandy
Tab Ruinner ...
'Wild Bill' Rukowski
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Mr. Canoga hires Paula Wentworth to date and seduce politicians with private detective Nick King taping it. Paula moves on from Senator Duncan to Mr. Howard and his assistant Miss June and finally to Washington wife, Mrs. White.

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The ultimate sex scandal

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Adult

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1987 (USA)  »

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Filmed in 1984, released in 1987. See more »

Quotes

Paula Wentworth: So tell me. How is business anyway?
Mr. Howard: Ah, it's the same old shit. You know, Rob and Peter to pay Paul. But listen, I don't wanna talk about all that right know. Got other things on my mind I'd like to do? You know what I mean?
Paula Wentworth: Oh yeah! Well, could we just do it on the desk this time? I always wanted an executive position.
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pretty decent hard-boiled noir porno
8 September 2001 | by (vancouver bc) – See all my reviews

Blow Off! takes it's noir seriously, and pays homage to the past, while winking a bit at the genre - a form of deconstruction one could say. The script has its share of classic noir-like lines - my favourite being, "He had a personality like a turkey stuffed with sexual indiscretions." Plot is the old detective-paid-to- spy-on-woman-having-sex, with a twist something like in Chuck Vincent's The Voyeur. Who said porn went bad after '85?


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