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Fran Spector ...
Patty Alexon ...
John McGaughtery ...
1st Rider
Bill Pruner ...
2nd Rider
Leroy Jones ...
Mr. James
Judy Angel ...
Miss Gladstone


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March 1971 (USA)  »

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Trivial XXX followup to MONA
8 March 2011 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Howard Ziehm and Bill Osco scored the very first XXX hit fiction movie with MONA, and this rather pedestrian followup also delivers explicit sex but without the novelty value of the original.

It concerns two cute schoolgirls who like to cut class. Mary (Fran Spector) is the more free-wheeling, introducing her BFF to free sex and prostitution.

Episodic format is really just a series of sex scenes for the gals, beginning with Mary giving a guy a blow job while he's driving (don't try this at home). She apparently represents the title personage, though her virginal seeming pal Melody (Patty Alexon) soon catches up in the sleaze department.

Judy Angel from MONA returns as teacher Mrs. Gladstone, and there's a certain amount of mild comedy thrown in, notably grossing out a couple who are patiently waiting for an elevator (Mary and a john are inside doing the nasty).

There's a bit of kinkiness here, as Angel turns out to be a dominatrix/lesbian, and some spanking with a hairbrush occurs.

SPOILERS ALERT: Film turns into a roughie in the final reel, as unexpectedly Melody gets raped by one of her pickups riding a motorbike. Violent ending comes quite abruptly -it's not clear if this is meant as a shock effect or if the Alpha Blue Archives print (running a mere 48 minutes long) is simply incomplete.

Director Ziehm cranked out several other crudely-made films during this period using the moniker Harry Hopper, and fortunately most of them have been preserved on DVD for research's sake. At least that's what I like to call it.

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