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Broadcast Bombshells (1995)

R | | Comedy | 5 December 1995 (USA)
An ambitious brunette associate producer at a local New Jersey TV station uses her seductive charms to compete against a sexy blond anchorwoman to further her career.






Cast overview, first billed only:
Amy Lynn Baxter ...
Kendall Saranski
Amanda Cross
John Richardson ...
Brian Kilgore
Elizabeth Heyman ...
Neil Rostentoski (as Joseph Pallister)
Scott Baker ...
Frank Friendly
Gregory Tracy ...
Ken Dashow ...
Mr. Buel
Erik Hansen ...
Ron Reynolds
Sharon Banks ...
Station PA
Salvatore Thomas ...
Mark Egan ...
Telethon Director
Kevin Tiesen ...
Stu the Security Guard (as Kenneth Theissen)
Policeman #1 (as Edward Burrows)
Robert Manasier ...
Policeman #2


At WSEX, a local television broadcasting station in New Jersey, Kendall Saranski is the beautiful blond anchorwoman and the object of desire for all men working at the station including the libidos sportscaster Brian Kilgore and the station owner Mr. Buel. But Kendall is only interested in a kind-hearted stage hand named Neil whom is an old friend from her school days. Meanwhile, the conniving and ambitious brunette associate producer Amanda Cross, jealous of Kendall's rising fame, plots to further her career by having her tech boyfriend Gordon plot to bring Kendall and Brian's downfall using her seductive charms to go after Brian and have Gordon videotape it for future leverage against Brian. Other subplots include a mad bomber in the neighborhood blowing up various public places, a legendary grue sponsor named Frank Friendly holding onto his secret "three little words" as his motto, and a climatic fund-raiser telethon which brings all parties together for a final confrontation. Written by matt-282

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Television with a Bang!



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Rated R for strong sexuality, and for language | See all certifications »




Release Date:

5 December 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Wsex-TV  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Neil Rostentoski, Kendall's Old Friend: Yep, that's me, an artist, living in a town where they think culture is what you find at the bottom of a yogurt cup.
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References Charlie's Angels (1976) See more »


Music and Lyrics by Joey Mennona
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Just awful!
20 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

On its surface, "Broadcast Bombshells" appears to be an entry into the crowded field of soft porn. However, it contains all of the eroticism of a "Nightline" broadcast. The steamy scenes consist of women changing clothes and women and men kissing. For you dominatrix fetish viewers out there (you know who you are) then there is also a scene where one of the women is dressed up in a dominatrix outfit. Of course, the scene goes nowhere with it.

The movie takes place at a news station in an extremely small city. What area the station covers is never revealed. The only insight we're given is that it is an even smaller market than Akron. I guess that would explain the low level of professionalism. Nobody seems to mind that the news people can't even show up to work on time, even when there is a live broadcast going on.

The "plot" consists of the only news story which the station (WSEX-TV, as if that's even remotely original) seems to cover. A mad bomber is going around town leaving incendiary devices in public places. Who is the bomber and why are they doing it? Who cares! This film is not funny, it's poorly acted and directed and is not at all erotic. A real loser all around. 1/10

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