Mount of Venus Trailer

Mount of Venus Trailer (1975)

23 June 1975 Comedy 72 mins

Pompous, but powerful head Greek god Jupiter Stormbringer is having trouble coping with the 20th century. He's especially upset about his current lack of loyal followers. Jupiter goes down to earth to try and convince several mortal women to worship him by having sex with them. Meanwhile, Jupiter's fellow gods watch his faltering attempts at converting new disciples from their base way up in the heavens.

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Cast

Jamie Gillis

as Jupiter

Kim Pope

as Venus

Kevin Andre

as Bacchus

Barbara Carson

as Caroline

Rita Davis

as Angelica

Chris Jordan

as Incinerated Woman

Eric Edwards

as Mercury

International Titles

The Mount of Venus Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 23 June 1975

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