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Fleshdance (1985)

Shanna Evans is an espiering dancer who takes on a job at a strip club as a dancer.

Director:

Ken Gibb (as Ken Gibbs)

Writer:

J. Daniels (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Rachel Ashley ... Francine
Shanna Evans Shanna Evans ... Jennifer (as Shanna Evens)
Tanya Lawson Tanya Lawson ... Lola
John Leslie ... Brad
Kimberly Carson ... Wendy
Ron Jeremy ... Mike
Desiree Lane Desiree Lane ... Veronica
Herschel Savage ... Albert
Janey Robbins Janey Robbins ... Mona
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Shanna Evans is an espiering dancer who takes on a job at a strip club as a dancer.

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Genres:

Adult

Certificate:

X | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 March 1985 (Japan) See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color
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Adult-film debut of Rachel Ashley. See more »

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Disappointing 'Flashdance' parody with a few good moments.
6 November 1999 | by Hermit C-2See all my reviews

The movie 'Flashdance' was certain to be used by adult film producers as a basis for parody and this is one of several videos that came out in its wake. Newcomer Shanna Evans stars as Jennifer, a young dance student who bicycles past a strip club every day on her way to the studio. She fantasizes about dancing and stripping onstage there, and when the club sponsors an amateur dance contest, she succumbs to the temptation.

Ms. Evans is very good looking and performs well enough. The film has some other fine female talent including the brunette bombshell Rachel Ashley and reliable Janey Robbins. Kimberly Carson is also on hand but not used very effectively. In fact, no one in this cast of well-knowns is put to their best use. Entirely too much time is spent on pointless dialog, especially during one interminable scene where the club's owners and employees plan for the upcoming dance contest. Less attention seems to have been given to the sex scenes than to the others, and that kind of priority is out of whack in a movie like this. The dance scenes are only passable, as well. There's some hot moments from time to time but given this cast I think the film should have been a lot better.


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