Released: Jul 01st, 2006
Running Time: 83
Director: Paolo Uccello (Edwin Brown)
Company: TVX Home Video
Cast: Annette Haven, Bonnie Holliday, Tom Douglass, Sharon Thorpe, Lou Ganapoler, Barry Frye, Todd Jones, Susan Song-Li, Ramola Young
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Golden Age
Early crossover attempt from Summer Brown – the husband-wife team of Sandra Winters (producer) and Edwin Durrell (director), billed here as "Paolo Uccello."
Researcher Annette Haven knows the missing part of a secret chemical formula that could change the world. The CIA and various bad guys want it, too.
Most of the many speaking parts are cast with non-sex actors, with the top villain played by James Hong, a very well-known character actor in his only X-rated film appearance.
The movie is well made, with good acting all around, but not terribly exciting, as a thriller or a skinflick. The sex is all pretty light and rather mildly performed. Haven, with her beauty and natural sensuality, is definitely the standout.
Retailing: For Annette Haven fans – they're still around.