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Debbie Does Dallas Uncovered 

A look at the making of the film Debbie Does Dallas and the mystery surrounding Bambi Woods.

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Jim Buckley ...
Himself - Interviewee (as Jim Clark)
Robert Burge ...
Himself (as Bob Burge)
Robin Byrd ...
Herself
A.J. Cohen ...
Himself
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Himself (as Rob Everett)
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Himself
Francis Hanly ...
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Bill Kelly ...
Himself
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Himself
Arcadia Lake ...
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Pat Livingstone ...
Himself (as Patrick Livingstone)
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Himself (as Herschel Cohen)
Bambi Woods ...
Herself (archive footage)
Michael Zaffarano ...
Himself (archive footage)
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A look at the making of the film Debbie Does Dallas and the mystery surrounding Bambi Woods.

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3 December 2005 (USA)  »

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Robin Byrd: I don't think I'm doing anything wrong.
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this film could use a lot more research
11 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is interesting how films like this tend to rely on rehashed information without, in my opinion, bringing real facts to light. The filming of the original DDD is assumed to have been filmed without the awareness of the faculty. Yet no interviews with any of the staff or faculty have ever been published except in newspaper accounts of the day. Filming in 35mm is not a secretive affair. Especially in that time period. There would have been a crew of at least 30 plus actors and catering and such. It would be interesting to know how this was done without permission on a high profile campus such as Prett. Was there a student or faculty conspiracy? The film itself is indeed recognized as important in its genre and deserves study. This film fails in providing us with any substance and instead relies on simple, unproven hearsay and tepid sensationalism to push out yet more useless information to add to the glut on the market. I was terribly disappointed with the film.


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