Madie Levrington is a neurotic, wealthy woman who escapes from a New York mental institution where her unwholesome husband had her committed to avoid the trial of an expensive divorce. She ... See full summary »
Quinn K. Redeker
An African-American senator becomes the designated survivor of a tragic accident that kills the President of the United States. Now the first black President, he attempts to end the bigotry and divide standing in his way.
James Earl Jones,
Well after its 1979 theatrical release, a longer version of was broadcast on NBC on January 8, 1981. TV listings on the Internet indicate that the film was broadcast in a three-hour time slot, and the AFI Catalog entry confirms this with a citation from the LA Times. See more »
Gives a new ridiculous meaning to the phrase "good vibes."
This was a truly awful example of a cheap sexploitation film. The best example come when Susan Anton explains how her coach wired her up with a vibrator as a kind of Pavlovian performance enhancer. "When my coach thought I was doing a good job, I go good vibes." This of course begs the question, "can a woman run an Olympic standing quarter mile with a dildo inserted up her pussy?" Anyone?
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