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Blue Jeans (1982)

 -  Adult  -  9 October 1982 (Japan)
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Fashion designer Gene's secretary Elley gets him to betray his loving buxom wife Debbie, who finds comfort in old acquaintance Tony. Chaos prevails as Debbie's sister drugs everybody's food and date rapes Gene's important client.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Brooke Bennett ...
Debbie Howard (as Brooke Bennet)
David Messa ...
Gene Howard
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Cindy
Jerry Butler ...
Tony
Sharon Kane ...
Elley
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Ric
Sandy Gazelle ...
Hippy Girl
Michael Bruce ...
Mike DuBois
Jesse Eastern ...
Irving (as Jessie Eastmen)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ernest Boch ...
Bar Patron
Debbie Buono ...
Bar Patron
Richard Buono ...
Fashion Show Patron
Suzanne Clark ...
Fashion Show Patron
Bill Conklin ...
Fashion Show Patron
Anne Gerber ...
Fashion Show Patron
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Fashion designer Gene and his buxom wife Debbie are a loving couple. Alas, Gene's secretary Elley goes for his privates in a locker room, and Debbie runs away after seeing them. After she faces Gene, Debbie gets together with her old acquaintance Tony. Meanwhile, a party goer hippie woman knocks by mistake on the couple's door, but decides to seduce their new hired Mexican chef Ric. Debbie's sister Cindy comes to visit and reminds Debbie how close they were. As important client Mssr. DuBois arrives for dinner, Cindy drugs the food. Already high herself, Cindy seduces chef Ric in the kitchen. With everybody else also high, Cindy goes for DuBois' privates. The only one who avoided the food was Debbie, who uses the chaos to run off with Tony who sneaked in earlier. Written by Anonymous

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Everybody Comes Between Me and My...Blue Jeans

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Mood music during the dinner party is an Édith Piaf recording. The songs "La Vie en Rose" and "Milord" can be heard in the background. See more »

Quotes

Gene: [about his fashion show] Looks like I didn't blow it after all, ha?
Debbie: You certainly didn't blow it.
[points at his secretary]
Debbie: She did it for you!
Gene: [as she walks away] Debbie!
Elley: Oh, she's not good for you.
Gene: Damn it, Elley, sit on it!
Elley: I'd love to!
[tries to]
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Merely OK NYC porn
12 February 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

John Christopher was a grinder - shooting lots of footage and then releasing a lot of films from the raw material. He didn't focus on crafting a single, quality picture, and BLUE JEANS is typical of the run-of-the-mill (pun intended) results.

the story of hijinks in the fashion industry is loaded with pointless twists and turns involving busty Brooke Bennett (very alluring here, in shower or in bed), very sexually active secretary Sharon Kane and others. The format is farce, but it isn't funny.

Most interesting subplot (perhaps reflexive on the filmmakers' part) involves Sharon Mitchell strung out on cocaine who has a lesbian sex scene with her sister. Later Mitch puts pot in the ragu Ron Jeremy (csst as a Hispanic houseboy) is cooking, causing everyone at a party to get high, A happy ending of heroine Bennett driving away with dreamboat Jerry Butler is forced.

As Brooke's husband, the little-known David Messa's poor acting sinks the film; one suspects that Christopher was aware of it but in porn you don't have the luxury of replacing a star (a la substituting Michael J. Fox for Eric Stoltz in the most famous major modern case).


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