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Nasty Lady (1984)

| Adult | 1984 (USA)

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(as Bob Vossé)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tara Aire ...
J.J.
...
Bar Owner (as Jaimie Gillis)
Lynx Canon ...
Katie
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Horny Hotel Guest
Erica Boyer ...
Sex Performer
Herschel Savage ...
Randy
Elmo Lavino ...
Cliff (as Joseph Queenberry)
Rita Ricardo ...
Renee the Maid
David Morris ...
Kent the Photographer
Mai Lin ...
Hooker in Black
Jade ...
Hooker in Red
Blair Harris ...
Final Guy with Two Hookers
Dan T. Mann ...
Sex Performer (as Danny Fisher)
Kid Brown
Paul Harmon ...
Bartender
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Taglines:

She's Nice...She's Naughty...She's a...Nasty Lady

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Adult

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1984 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Jeg er vild med det hele  »

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1.37 : 1
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Connections

Referenced in Cherry Ettes for Hire (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

Necking & Petting
Written by Lynx Canon, B-Bop, Lulu, Linda Vista and Beanie
Performed by Boy Trouble
(night club song)
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Misleading title for a bland movie
13 January 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Pure porno corn is dished up in NASTY LADY, a well-shot but pointless Golden Age bit of marginalia. I like Tara Aire, but this is not a suitable vehicle for her.

She's the umpteenth girl from the sticks who heads for the Big City (by train in this version of the fable) to make her way, and falls into bad company. Her high school pal Lynx Canon is working as a hotel maid, and the usual hijinks are shown.

Paul Thomas guest stars as the house lecher at the hotel. Tara starts posing for nude model's photographer David Morris. Jamie Gillis is the owner & bartender at a topless club where Lynx sings (badly). Highlight there is a kinky live sex show by Erica Boyer, with the distraction in the frame of famous porn performers popping up as extras to fill out the audience seats (for example, Rick Savage and Shanna McCullough).

A wistful ending complete with folk song doesn't fit the material at all. Same cast and premise could have been developed into something interesting, but not this time around. Tara Aire is also credited as production manager (very unusual for a lead actress), so at least she learned something on the job.


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