Posts tagged Juliet Anderson
Desiree Cousteau – Hot Lunch (1978)
Director: Howard Perkins
Starring: Desiree Cousteau, Christine DeShaffer, Sharon Kane, Bonnie Holiday, Juliet Anderson, Anita Grimes, Jane Lindsay, Brigit Olson, Dorothy Smight, Jon Martin, Paul Roman, William Niles.
When a country boy arrives in the Big City with nothing but starry eyes and dreams of making a success of himself, he finds that his best asset might just be the one between his legs. Jon Martin stars as the naive young man, a guy whose sexual prowess ends up getting him anything he wants out of life. His job search initially lands him in the back of a restaurant, washing dishes even as the saucy siren who runs the joint is dabbling in lesbian hijinx right there behind the counter! Jon leaves that job soon enough, this time to try his luck at selling encyclopedias. Well, he doesn’t move many volumes, but he does end up in the clinch with a buxom beauty who prefers him to his reference books. In the end, Jon finds himself working as an account executive for a publishing company — another job that he got thanks to some tireless trysting with just the right woman. This is a fun, fast-paced flick that plays like the ultimate male fantasy. Jon can’t go anywhere without being confronted by a sex-crazed beauty who’ll trade anything for a few lusty moments with him. The film is filled with some of the most alluring women in 70s hardcore, all sporting their natural curves and some high powered erotic energy. With this much hot stuff on the menu, your sensual demands will never go hungry.
Coed Fever (1980)
Director: Robert McCallum
Starring: Samantha Fox, Serena, Juliet Anderson, Lysa Thatcher, Lisa De Leeuw, Vanessa Del Rio, John Leslie, Tawny Pearl, Arcadia Lake, Annette Haven, Brooke West, Aaron Stuart, Devon Harrison.
“A motion picture that centers around four lovely co-eds, and their boyfriends, escapades when they are jilted by the girls because they’re not in keeping with the status of the sorority. Especially now that the sorority is to be feature in a notional magazine that is owned by the sorority president, Kimberley’s father. The girls are not happy with this arrangement but they want to stay in school and the sorority, so they give in to Kimberly’s orders to stop seeing the boys of UPPA YOU fraternity.
“Revenge is in the air. The boys from UPPA YOU take action. Jamie, the house stud recruits an erotic dancer, Vanessa, to pose as a sorority girl. While the real sorority girls are out and she leads the reporters on a tour of the house. It’s a tour they won’t forget! An upstairs room in the house has been decorated in ‘modern sexual madness’ designed by the fraternity. As the festivities progress Kimberly and her father return. They discover the magazine photographer locked into a set of medieval stocks. UPPA YOU’s ‘sorority’ girl dressed in a cut away nun’s habit with a pair of feet (not hers) peeking out from the hem of her habit. This is just one of many sex sessions antics found in this film.
Be sure not to miss this great picture.”
A Girl’s Best Friend (1981)
Starring: Christie Ford, Jodi Maxwell, Patricia Dale, Juliet Anderson, Linda Vale, Merle Michaels, Samantha Fox, Veri Knotty, Veronica Hart, Bobby Astyr, David Ruby, Kurt Mann, R. Bolla, Ron Hudd, Sabina Black, Ron Jeremy.
The story involves a hectic and hilarious chase as Mrs. Leautrec (Juliet Anderson) and her dashing son Paul (Ron Jeremy) stalk three incredibly beautiful diamonds through the ballrooms and bedrooms of Europe, using love and lust as tools of their trade. Hot on the trail of the third and finest diamond, our notorious heroes find themselves at an elegant New York disco where Mrs. Leautrec meets the diamond’s owner, Mr. Greenfield, while Paul strikes an unusual sexual bargain with the lady in red (Samantha Fox). Mr. Greenfield, a multi-millionaire, invites Paul and his mother to his annual masquerade and orgy. As hundreds of masked party-goers publicly pursue their favorite perversions, Paul and his mother are caught in an incestuously devious trap, causing them to lose the diamond to another thief (Veronica Hart).
Outlaw Ladies 1 (1981)
Director: Henri Pachard
Starring: Veronica Hart, Merle Michaels, Juliet Anderson, Marlene Willoughby, Jody Maxwell, Samantha Fox, John Leslie, Joey Silvera, R. Bolla, Ron Hudd, Bobby Astyr.
A new milestone in erotica block busting hard core action. OUTLAW LADIES is a sophisticated and tasteful film that you and your lady will want to see again and again. Erotic films have never been so bold, so tasteful, so incredibly hot. See it with someone you love or would like to. -Manny Newhouse, SWANK
Henri Pachard is a gifted, prolific, visionary film-maker, Pachard’s films idolize women, and skillfully educate the most sophisticated viewer of eroticism (both male and female) with exquisite, and mesmerizing ‘true to life’ encounters. -David Davidson, Syndicated Columnist
Five fantasies that seduce and satisfy the viewer. Maximum audience fulfillment through heat and humor.
8 To 4 (1981)
Director: Louis Lewis
Starring: Annette Haven, Hershel Savage, Tigr, Scorpio, Loni Sanders, Jesse Adams, Paul Thomas, Veronica Hart, Juliet Anderson, Mike Horner, Lisa DeLeeuw, James Price.
“Luscious Loni Sanders and tantalizing Tigr give Jesse Adams a wonderous workout atop the copy machine that may never be duplicated… Veronica Hart and Annette Haven are simply incapable of a boring moment on screen.”
The women in this film are a joy to watch, they really enjoy themselves and have a great time at the office! This is a hot, slickly made spoof of office life as it should be and very cool to watch!
GVC – Beyond Your Wildest Dreams (1981)
German version: “Wild Dreams” (Beate Uhse)
Studio: Gourmet Video
Director: Gerard Damiano
Starring: Lysa Thatcher, Holly McCall, Juliet Anderson, Susan Nero, Laura Leslie, Lisa Loring, Mai Lin, Sinona Wing, Sony a Summers, Jon Martin, Hershel Savage, Aaron Stuart, Michael Morrison, Blair Harris
Sharon (Juliet Anderson) is the dreamer. Her dream begins with a cock-tale party where she entertains more than a dozen of her friends in a sensual way. Her husband is a young and handsome stud named Andrew, who has a perpetual hard-on for her. You’ll LOVE to see what happens when Sharon wakes up!
Purely Physical (1982)
Director: Chris Warfield
Laura Lazare … Kathy
Albert Johnson … Bernard
Jade Wong … Dorothy
Manny Wierdman … Curt
Michael Morrison … Charlie
Tigr … Iris
Juliet Anderson … Claudia
Joey Silvera … Jonathan
Nicole Black … Dianne
Phae Burd … Susan (as Tres Dover)
Dana Moore … Mrs. Northrup
Eric Stein … Robin
Adam Adams … Terry
“Kathy Harrington (Laura Lazare) is a junior at Bristol State University. Kathy is also beautiful and pursuing a L.A.S. degree in Journalism. She applies for and gets a job as a night clerk in a motel so she can get extra money and also gather material for her writing. Through Kathy’s wandering eyes, the audience can explore the physical pleasures of those who pass through the motel doors. At times even Kathy is tempted to succumb to a moment of heated passion, but her strict Ohio upbringing will not allow her to respond. And so the stage is set for “Purely Physical”, a film that captures people overpowered by the feeling of a sudden wanting, an out-of-the-way motel and the press of time that makes loves so intense.”
Swedish Erotica #102 – Little Oral Annie
Starring: Little Oral Annie, Angel Burgeon, Bridgette Monet, Honey Wilder, Jean Philips, Juliet Anderson, K.C. Valentine, Linda Shaw, Lisa De Leeuw, Jeff Conrad, Kevin James, Mike Horner, Paul Thomas, Randy West, Richard Reynolds, Steve Douglas.
Pretty Peaches 1 (1987)
Director: Alex De Renzy
Starring: Flower, Lisa Sue Corey, Phaedra Grant, Holly McCall, Turk Lyon, Nancy Hoffman, Ming Jade, Mimi Morgan, Eileen Wells, Ken Scudder, Kristine Heller, Blair Harris, Paul Thomas, Desiree Cousteau, Juliet Anderson, John Leslie, Joey Silvera, Sharon Kane, Kathy Kaufman.
Desiree is Peaches, a daffy carefree female who cheerfully plunges through life without any worries. After attending her father’s wedding, she has an accident in her jeep. Two guys find her immediately take advantage of their good luck. It turns out that Peaches has amnesia, so the fellows offer to help her. The plot revolves around all the silly circumstances and schemes they come up with, and her resolve to keep on smiling through it all. Alex DeRenzy regards Pretty Peaches as his best all-around film. Includes a high quality upgrade of the enema scene!
Director: Domingo Lobo
Starring: Angela Burroughs, Bianca Perez, Bonnie Holiday, Desiree West, Dorothy Lemay, Juliet Anderson, Linda Shaw, Lori Blue, Samantha Fox, Serena, Billy Dee, Don Fernando, Hershel Savage, Jamie Gillis, Jesse Adams, John seeman, Jon Martin, Lee Lemay, Mick Jones, Mike Horner, Mike Ranger.