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The Hot Oven (1975)

Womanizing stud Brad Collins gets a job as a pizza delivery boy. He spikes his pies with an aphrodisiac so he can get it on with his sexy college coed customers. Moreover, Brad makes a bet ... See full summary »

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Brad Collins (as Ken Smith)
Ginger Snaps ...
Gwen Billingsley (as Ginger Jones)
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Herbie (as Jamie Smith)
Rita Davis ...
Penny Crowell (as Rita Jones)
Leo Lovemore ...
Jack (as Leo Smith)
Cedar Houston ...
Mona (as Cedar Jones)
Max Packs ...
Glick (as Max Smith)
Susan Sloan ...
Bonnie Bunny (as Suzette Jones)
Ken Cass ...
Tom (as Tom Smith)
Sherry Cass ...
Chris (as Terry Jones)
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Womanizing stud Brad Collins gets a job as a pizza delivery boy. He spikes his pies with an aphrodisiac so he can get it on with his sexy college coed customers. Moreover, Brad makes a bet with his coworkers that he can make love to one female customer a day for a two whole weeks. Written by Woodyanders

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Where Something Sizzling is Always Cooking!

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Adult | Comedy

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12 March 1975 (USA)  »

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Hot Oven  »

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$17,500 (estimated)
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Shot at the same time as Carter Stevens' The Mount of Venus (1975). See more »

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Standard Low Budget 70's Adult film
12 March 2006 | by (Chicago - United States) – See all my reviews

Hot Oven is a lower budget comedic adult film directed and produced by Carter Stevens. the star of the film is Eric Edwards who plays a guy who gets a job at a pizza parlor through his ex girlfriend. He takes a delivery job in which he asks for less pay on the condition he gets first crack at delivering to the local college coeds. Once he gets the job he bets the other workers that he can have sex with one co ed per week. The movie also stars Jamie Gillis as one of the workers at the pizza place. This film should be considered on the second echelon of adult films. It literally has no budget and the plot is paper thin at best. One thing it does have going for it is that Eric Edwards is actually a good actor who had theatrical experience before entering into adult. The film does try to be a comedy and it fails. There are also none of the top adult actresses of the time in the film. This is a film for collectors only.


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