Released: Jul 01st, 1989
Running Time: 73
Company: Venus 99
Cast: Don Fernando, Barbara Dare, Sasha Gabor, Scarlett O, Arcie Miller, Jessica Bishard, Aurora (I), Rod Garetto
Critical Rating: A 1/2
Paul Winchell, the ventriloquist, tells a story of the early days of TV when a sound technician kept moving the mike over the head of dummy Jerry Mahoney so as to make every other line indecipherable. Deja Vu. The same guy must have worked on Dirty Diane. And the similarity doesn't end there. The script, something about Aurora being a sex maniac, could have been written by Mahoney's better half, Knucklehead Smith. Now I have to go on to Edgar Bergen to come up with the other attributable sources for the credits. I can't make too much sense out of this feature including the appearance and disappearance of Barbara Dare (after one sex scene with Arcie Miller). Sasha Gabor and Don Fernando (if you can believe these two as doctors) unfortunately throw dish water on the potential heat of their sex scenes with Scarlett O. and Arcie Miller respectively.