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Blue Ice (1985)

X | | Adult, War | 1985 (USA)
A private detective is hired to find an ancient book. What he doesn't know is that the book has the power to turn any woman into a nymphomaniac, and that a group of Nazi scientists--who ... See full summary »

Director:

Phillip Marshak (as Phil Marshak)

Writers:

Joe Repaso (additional scenes and dialogue), Mark Weiss
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Cast

Cast overview:
Herschel Savage ... Ted Singer
Jacqueline Lorians ... Messina
Paul Thomas ... Johnny
Shanna McCullough ... Dottie
Long Chaney Long Chaney ... Manfried Stuttgart / Mr. Wilkins (as Long Chainy)
Reggie Nalder ... Anton Stuttgart (as Deltas Van Burg)
Jamie Gillis ... Big Man
Ron Jeremy ... Neil
William Margold ... Wolfgang (as Bill Margold)
Helga Sven Helga Sven ... Helga (as Helga)
Danielle Danielle ... Stephanie (as Danielle Martin)
Francois Papillon ... German Stud (as Francois)
Adrienne Bellaire Adrienne Bellaire ... Nymphet (as Adriane Bellare)
Iarkin McCallister Iarkin McCallister ... Piano Player
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Storyline

A private detective is hired to find an ancient book. What he doesn't know is that the book has the power to turn any woman into a nymphomaniac, and that a group of Nazi scientists--who fled to the US after World War II--also want the book, and will do anything to get it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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A Sex Adventure That'll Melt The Screen!

Genres:

Adult | War

Certificate:

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1985 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Amor de Alto Preço See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Black and White (archive footage)| Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Director Phillip Marshak reportedly got financing for this film from actor Nick Mancuso. See more »

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Strangest porn ever
16 October 2002 | by zac7See all my reviews

This movie had two things that most porn movies lack: a plot, and Nazis. Granted, the plot had holes, but then again, what movie plot doesn't?

It should be noted that the Nazis speak English, which makes the 'plot' a lot easier to follow. They also live in the 1980s, and instead of taking over Europe, they're having sex.


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