Posts tagged Samantha Fox
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.
Veronica Hart – Foxtrot (1982)
Director: Cecil Howard
Starring: Veronica Hart, Linda Vale, Marilyn Gee, Marlene Willough, Merle Michaels, Samantha Fox, Sandra Hillman, Sharon Mitchell, Tess Mayo, Tiffany Clark, Vanessa Del Rio, Alan Adrian, Bobby Astyr, David Davidson, David Morris, Jack Silver, Jack Teague, R. Bolla, Ron Jeremy, Cecil Howard.
New Year’s Eve day starts with rich old Mr. Luther seducing his maid D’Arcy. Zelda the artist is then shown touching herself. Ross the trumpet player gets an alternate treatment for his hangover by his lover Celeste. Louis the sailor hurries home to his missed girlfriend Betsy, and finds himself joining her and lesbian Faith. Ross fights and makes up with Brandy the singer. Erin the babysitter gets it on with her boyfriend Jonathan. Having enough, Louis heads to a pub and finds himself leaving with a lonely wife. Her husband Artie does the same with Zelda. The party begins as Celeste arrives as Mr. Luther’s caterer and catches him with his maid. She hides in the laundry room after he tries to do the same with her, but he follows her and his maid locks it externally. Elsewhere, Alice the starlet tries to get a casting couch with Roman the producer, while her mother Gloria is picked up in the party by younger guest Arthur.
Dinner With Samantha (1983)
Director: Jack Genero
Starring: Erica Mead, Gina Martell (as Gina Paulson), Linda Shaw, Raysheena Mercado, Samantha Fox, Bobby Astyr, Frank James.
Dinner with Samantha” starring Samantha Fox, is more than a simple meal. It is an epicurean delight. Samantha’s co-star, Bobby Astyr, plays her ever loving husband. Not only is he after her soft and sensuous body; but he is also after her immense amount of money. Samantha is the object of everyone’s intentions. This erotic adventure takes you through an array of events that leads to an unusual twist with an unexpected ending. “Dinner with Samantha” is more than a mouthful, it’s Samantha Fox at her nastiest and at her best.
Stocks And Blondes (1984)
Starring: Samantha Fox, Ron Jeremy, Jamie Gillis, Leigh Wood, Veronica Hart, Jamie Kantor, Dick Biel.
Dracula Exotica (1981)
Director: Shaun Costello
Starring: Jamie Gillis, Vanessa Del Rio, Samantha Fox, Eric Edwards, Gordon G. Duvall, Denise Sloan, Diana Sloan, Bobby Astyr, Donald Blank, Alba Bonn, Murray Bukofski, Roger Caine, Inez De Falla, Christine De Shaffer, Leigh Hope, Ron Jeremy, Tony Mansfield, Carol Marcoe, Jim Messina, Dave Ruby, Robin Sane, Herschel Savage, Sidney Spade, Marc Valentine, Randy West, Marlene Willoughby, Terry Yule.
Horrified at his causing the death of a young girl, Dracula commits suicide and curses himself to be one of the undead for all time. Unlike Christopher Lee, however, this Dracula prefers to bite his victims in far more erotic places than the neck.
Jamie Gillis stars as Leopold Michael George/Count Dracula. Leopold is having damned himself after raping his lover (in a scene that is both explicit and disturbing), and driving her to suicide. After living in his castle for over 400 years, he decides to do away with his two vampire brides and go to America for a change of lifestyle.
Adding a brilliant supporting role is legend Samantha Fox, who has a unique dual role in Dracula Exotica. She not only portrays Leopold’s lost love, but is also cast in the role of Sally, a spy whom the F.I.B. has assigned to seduce and destroy Count Dracula. In a strange way, Sally’s lethal, predatory sex practices are even more typical of the vampire archetype than the asexual Leopold. Of course, it’s ultimately Sally’s sexual power that brings redemption and satisfaction to Leopold.
Schwartz and Evans (FIONA ON FIRE) combine again for an elaborately mounted film that alternates from drama to comedy and spans four centuries in time. Jamie Gillis is the finest screen Dracula bar none (with the true dimension of the vampire’s sexuality) as he searches through time for lost love Samantha. As a horror film buff, I’ve seen them from Lugosi to Lee to Langell and beyond, and Jamie comes closest to making Bram Stoker proud of his 1897 story. No one can ever top Dwight Frye as Renfield, however, in the 1931 Lugosi DRACULA.
Prince of Darkness Jamie plays Leopold Michael Georgi Count Dracula in love with Surka in 1590. She is driven to suicide by his attention so he takes an eternal oath to find her. The tale moves to modern times with Sally (also Samantha) a dead ringer for Surka. A silly US/USSR espionage plot is thrown in to allow Vanessa to strut her stuff sexually and to provide Edwards with the hilarious role of Big Bird, Chief of Intelligence.
One of the monumental moments in porn is the Bobby Astyr/Samantha Fox lollipop and ‘kiss the snake’ scene. It is funny as all hell clear through to the snuff the Albanian conclusion. Universal appeal abounds for men and women with Vanessa for raunch, Bobby for comedy, Jamie as the quintessential Count and Samantha as the object of Jamie’s sweeping narrative search for true love. A delightfully entertaining sex flick.
Samantha Fox – Babe (1982)
Director: John Christopher
Starring: Tara Aire, Rod Pierce, Samantha Fox, Ron Jeremy, Matt West, John Milner, Tiffany Clark, George Payne, Diana Sloan, Ron Hudd, Jim Davey, Lisa Be, Tamara West, Veronica Hart, Frederick Rein.
A classic sexvid, this feature stars Bobbi Jackson (Tara Aire) as Babe, a top-flight New York model who has been single-handedly keeping Samantha Fox’s modeling agency in business. Bobbi likes to play the field, dabbling in some fun with lots of men but never quite finding one to settle down with.
The plot thickens when she receives a notice telling her that her grandfather has died and left her $20 million. The only catch is that Bobbi must be married within 30 days if she is to collect the cash. Samantha starts to worry that if Bobbi inherits the funds, she’ll leave the agency and cast Fox into the sea of unemployment. To secure her own future, Samantha tries to set up Bobbi with men of her own choosing, guys who’ll fritter away Bobbi’s cash and force her to keep working as a model. She eventually finds actor/playwright Roderic Pierce, who’s cooked up a play so bad that Samantha’s sure it’ll be a bust. Toss in a twist ending cribbed from the Mel Brooks classic ‘The Producers,’ and you’ve got the makings of a top-notch sexvid feature. Those who like naturally voluptuous women will flip for this, shot well before the standard in porn called for fake boobs. Samantha Fox is great, and Bobbi delivers a surprisingly strong performance as the naive beauty at the center of the storm.
Director: Roberta Findlay
Starring: Georgina Spelvin, Samantha Fox, Jake Teague, Randy West, Merle Michaels, Vaughn Mitchell, Erica Richardson, Helen Madigan, Patty Weston, Ron Jeremy, Yolanda Bonnea, Dave Ruby, Dick Howard, Bobby Kasby.
Georgina Spelvin plays Alma, a professional photographer, who retreats to her beach house to recuperate from an unspecified illness. She meets Cosima (Samantha Fox), a strange and unpredictable woman, and is fascinated by her. The pair become lovers but Alma’s neediness brings out a cruel streak in Cosima who installs her low life friends into the older woman’s house. Alma is manipulated into various humiliating sexual situations by Cosima and her friends. It climaxes in an orgy where Alma seemingly succumbs to the depravity and begins to enjoy it.
Strokin’ To The Oldies – Seka (1980s)
Starring: Seka, Selena Steele, Susan McQuire, Veronica Hart, Brittany O’Connell, Desiree Cousteau, Sierra, Nina Hartley, Angel, Samantha Fox, Lisa DeLeeuw, Sherisse, Serena.
4 Seka suckin’ hours!
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.
Seduction Of Cindy (1980)
Director: Leonard Kirtman
Starring: Bethanna, Merle Michaels, Samantha Fox, Seka, Serena, Sharon Mitchell, Tracy, Veronica Hart, Alan Adrian, Bobby Astyr, David Christopher, Jamie Gillis, John Holmes, Leo Lovemore, Ron Jeremy.
Beautiful Seka, we are glad to watch your lustful adventures here! especially when you star with sophisticated Veronica Hart! The gals enjoy all of their encounters together, ending up in a joint orgasm in the middle of breathtaking swing scene! That is whar Seduction of Cindy led to.