Smalltime coke dealer Tony owes some mobsters a substantial amount of money, so he convinces his beautiful girlfriend Joanna to do a little work as a nude model in order to make the ... See full summary »
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After her husband rejects her, Nora Pelham is advised by Dr. Malcolm to have an affair. Soon enough, even the fortune teller Madame Chaney convinces Nora having sex with her is already determined by fate.
Actor Paul Styles' character "Sheriff Rooster Cockswain" (the correct spelling) is a takeoff on the John Wayne character name "Rooster Cogburn". See more »
The film's on-screen credits list actor Paul Styles' character as being "Sheriff Rooster Coxswain". In fact, the character's name is "Sheriff Rooster Cockswain" (spelled that way) as seen written on the back of the character's jacket. See more »
Just when you thought it was safe to go back and hire a video
I remember hiring this when I was 18. I remember a lone penis, washing up on shore. I also remember turning off when I got to the puppets. Is this for real? You can't be serious?. To me, this was an amateurish display of film making, with not so famous porn stars, where the real ones probably turned their back on this one. We have a killer mermaid out there with a big set of choppers, out to catch any unfortunate soul of the male species, naked, but first putting through ultimate ecstasy, before robbing them of their johnson. Gums is like a film where four parts were jammed together, devoid of sense. From what I saw, it was none erotic, yet different. May'be their was potential, but I didn't really see any future in proceeding to view this sex farce, with actor's names, I can't believe, in a film with a colorful and catchy title. I do recall the opening theme though. I would actually give it another view, if I could track the movie down, but with attaining the real video cover movie, would be miniscule. The trailer with David Argue scuba'd up, talking through a snorkel, with bubble sound effects in the background, you might say doesn't any promotional insight into the decrepit movie either.
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