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|Edy Williams In Chained Heat|
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Linda Blair plays Carol, a young woman who must serve 18 months in prison after killing a man (by accident). The prison turns out to be brimming with decadence, corruption and sleaze, where the other female inmates are sadistic crack-selling lesbian rapists and the guards and warden are no better. Racial tensions are high as the inmates is divided into two factions, blacks and whites, who must either join together against the management or kill each other trying. A sleazy blend of sexploitation and blaxploitation make this movie a real winner. Also starring Sybill Danning, Sharon Huges, Monique Gabrielle, Marcia Karr and Edy Williams.
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|Edy Williams In Bad Girls From Mars|
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A small-time film studio is filming a softcore sci-fi movie, but the set is also home to a homicidal maniac who is bringing the curtain down on more than one beautiful starlet. Outrageous, racy horror spoof stars the legendary Edy Williams in a multitude of MILF-y nude moments. Still, she's easy on the eyes and not afraid to show off her best assets for this Fred Olen Ray camp classic that feels almost like a cinematic autobiography that's filled with wall-to-wall nudity. Joining in for some of the skintastic fun is buxom brunette Dana Bentley Konkel, perky blonde Elizabeth "Kitten" Hale, Edy Williams look-a-like Greta Carlson (billed as Sherri Graham), cute Latino Jasae and, though she doesn't show much at all, the always striking Brinke Stevens!
|Edy Williams In Dr. Alien|
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God Bless David DeCoteau. The purveyor of such classic b-movies as Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bolw-a-Rama and Beach Babes 2: Cave Girl Island struck again in 1989 with this gem of a trifle starring 80's pin-up Judy Landers as a science professor conducting a sexual experiment on a typical teenage horndog. When the kid starts sprouting a bizarre, puckering tentacle from the top of his head, women suddenly find him irresistible and it's soon revealed that Landers is a blue-headed alien that teaches our young man and intergalactic lesson about confidence. Essentially E.T. with boobs, Dr. Alien furnishes viewers with laughs both intentional and unintentional.
Wisely, the movie was picked up by the USA Network in the early 1990's as part of their "Up All Nite" program hosted by Gilbert Godfried and Rhonda Shear, and that's generally where everyone that's ever become a fan of this movie saw it first. Of course, the unedited, DVD version includes some fun surprises not included in the "Up All Nite" broadcasts, including some terrific looks at a bevvy of late 80's greats like Edy Williams, Michelle Bauer, Linnea Quigly and porn great Ginger Lynn Allen, as well as some lesser known (but no less appealing) talents like Laura Albert and Julie Gray. Gray in particular impresses as a stuck-up coed who has repeatedly spurns the lead character, only to later corner him in a bathroom and with a pair of rather eye-popping chesticles.
For her part, when not ripping off her face to reveal a giant blue puppet head, headliner Judy Landers struts around in lingerie and stiffly goes through the motions in an awkward love scene largely presented in shadow. Similarly, 80's teen looker Olivia Barash only flashes a brief bit of bra when she jumps the lead character in a car, but it's saucy just the same and all in good fun.
If you're a fan of silly b-movies and haven't yet come across Dr. Alien, it's advised you pick up a copy and crack open a few beers and a pizza box. Filled with innocent 80's cliches and foolish plot turns (as well as some nice looking ladies), it's an entertaining way to kill an hour and a half.
|Edy Williams In Beyond the Valley of the Dolls|
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Hollywood soap operas get shattered in Russ Meyer's outrageous chronicle of an all-girl rock group's rise to fame and their eventual seduction by sex, drugs and rock and roll. Dolly Reed, Cynthia Myers and Marcia McBroom play the members of the Carrie Nations band. Erica Gavin, Edy Williams and Phyllis Davis also star in this cult classic, written by Meyer and film critic Roger Ebert. A variety of one-times and veteran pin-up types can also be found intercut quickly into the movie's quirky party and fashion shoot scenes, including Russ Meyer vet Haji, Samantha Scott, Angel Ray.
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