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Daughters of Emmanuelle (1983)

| Adult, Drama, Romance
Rhonda Jo Petty is engaged to Ron Jeremy, but she is afraid to let herself go with him - afraid that her body doesn't look good enough, that she isn't a good lover. Paul arranges for her to... See full summary »

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Rhonda Jo Petty ...
Barbara
Laurie Smith ...
Shirley (as Stephanie Taylor)
Kevin James ...
Howard (as Kevin Gibson)
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Paul
Ken Starbuck ...
Peter (as Star Buck)
Steve Douglas ...
Photographer (as Doug Rossi)
Sam Menning ...
Fred's Assistant (as Sam Manning)
Nicole Black ...
Kay
Linda Shaw ...
Linda - The Model (as Lindy Show)
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Rhonda Jo Petty is engaged to Ron Jeremy, but she is afraid to let herself go with him - afraid that her body doesn't look good enough, that she isn't a good lover. Paul arranges for her to do a nude photo session, hoping she will loosen up a little. She does, but a lot more than Paul anticipates! In the second segment, Jeanette James and Kevin Gibson are young marrieds who are having a problem keeping the excitement they once experienced with each other. Kay decides to enroll in an institute for sexual improvement. Howard finds out and decides to look into it. When he does, Howard and Kay live happily ever after. Written by VCX

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Bait and switch time, but somehow I liked it
29 July 2016 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

A strictly American porn film, "Daughters of Emmanuelle" decided to use its title to trade upon the all-time French popular hit -typical misleading advertising. Even more surprising, it turns out to be two short films strung together rather arbitrarily. With those two strikes against the product, I surprised myself by enjoying the result.

First half stars Rhonda Jo Petty in a still timely plot line of a beauty who suffers from problems with self-worth -she doesn't believe she's as alluring as we fans all know she truly is. Fiancée Ron Jeremy arranges a photo shoot for her with Linda Shaw and of course lesbian sex results after some satisfying Oiler genre action.

It turns into a three-way with the photographer, and upon returning home Petty finally humps eager Ron.

Second half spotlights the wonderful Laurie Smith as well as Nicole Black -it becomes clear in a hurry why I enjoyed this feature. Laurie is in need of marriage counseling and heads to a Sexual Institute where instructor Ken Starbuck gives her some significant tips. Her husband Kevin James (you know which one) follows suit and the marriage is saved via some legerdemain involving the spouses wearing masks and pleasantly surprised when they see who did what to whom upon their removal.

An odd structure presaging today's over-long vignette approach, but far better casting and execution back in the day.


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