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The Disco Dolls in Hot Skin (1978)

X | | Adult | 1978 (USA)


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Cast overview:
Serena ...
Jennifer (as Oui Calendar Girl Serena)
Ingrid Irvin ...
Mona (as Monique Faber)
Mike Ranger ...
Chick Weed
Laura (as Leslie Bovee)
Harry Baulls (as Bill Margold)
Anna (as Ushi Digard)
Lee J. O'Donnell ...
Gay Cruiser
Elmer Pasta ...
Inspector's Man w / o Mustache
Robert Bullock ...
Inspector's Man with Mustache (as Richard Parnes)
Pat Manning ...
Salome (as Pat Benco)
Sandy Pinney ...
Army Girl / Girl at Party (as Sandra Reagan)
Sherry Windom
Robin Comings


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Release Date:

1978 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Blond Emanuelle  »

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Technical Specs


(softcore director's cut)

Sound Mix:


(Eastmancolor) (credited on poster only)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


William Margold states on an alternate audio track that actress Ingrid Irvin was credited as "Suzy Wong" in the film's original on-screen credits. The DVD version credits Irvin as "Monique Faber." See more »


[repeated line]
Chick: Harry Balls? Harry Balls who?
Everyone Else: Anyone he wants!
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Referenced in XXXL: The John Holmes Story (2000) See more »

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Murder a la porn
23 August 2009 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

I'm a little embarrassed to admit I have now seen BOTH of the 3-D 1970's hardcore porn movies (the other being "Hard Candy") that are currently making the rounds at the midnight movies. This is definitely the "best" of the two ("best" obviously being a very relative term here).

As a sex movie this isn't great. Only the lead, Serena, and, to a lesser extent, Leslee Bovee are partucularly attractive, and at times I actually felt sorry for the poor male actors who had to maintain arousal while being serviced by some of these skanks, I mean, girls. But if you want a porno for the sex, you're better off watching it at home with one hand on the fast-forward button and the other covered with Jergen's lotion than going to a midnight movie. The "comedy", unfortunately, is even worse than the sex--the "Harry Balls who?" joke wasn't funny the first time, and after about the twentieth time. . .

What I did like about this movie is that it contained two transgressive murder scenes. The second was more gory, but the first was more disturbing (albeit very silly)--the villain "Harry Balls" drowns an unfortunate woman in a big bowl of soup while having anal sex with her! Now I know some people claim you shouldn't mix real sex and fake violence because people might confuse the two (and you might have some kind of soup-dunking/anal-sex copycat murder). But to me that's like saying you shouldn't drink cold beer in a hot tub because you might start bathing in cold beer and/or drinking hot tub water. Even when they're in the same scene, real sex and fake violence are enjoyable, but for COMPLETE DIFFERENT REASONS. Besides, for me at least, I always get uncomfortable in movies where people are constantly having sex, but no one is getting killed or dying--it's like nature is out of balance or something. But if that's too weird for you, consider this: porno actors are typically terrible and their characters are very annoying, so any excuse to get rid of them after they "do their thing" is certainly justifiable.

Anyway, I wouldn't recommend this either as a porn film or a "comedy", but it might be worth seeing at a midnight movie (provided you sneak in without paying).

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