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Charles Philip Moore
The final screen appearance of Paul Bartel, as well as his final appearance alongside real-life friend Mary Woronov. The two appeared in several films over the years (often as husband-and-wife), including starring roles in Bartel's directorial effort Eating Raoul. See more »
I am a fan of Maria Ford and the creator of the Maria Ford Home Page. Most of Maria's early movies are simple T&A flicks in which she played strippers and/or hookers and more often than not got bumped off. "The Perfect Fit" is a departure in many ways. It has substance. It has a plot. It is quirky. It is imaginative. And Maria, in it, is flawless. Her character, Perry, is a delightfully self-absorbed, pampered, twisted, un-apologetic, aggressive woman used to getting whatever she wants, whatever the cost. She is dominating. She is sarcastic. She has a past, which none of Maria's other roles have really given her. I even love that in it, she EATS. In what other movie is the beautiful, sexy lead allowed to have a healthy appetite?
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