Video Vixens Trailer

Video Vixens Trailer (1975)

"All the action... without switching channels!" 01 June 1975 Comedy 83 mins

Video Vixens purports to be a satire of the phony liberalism that resulted in the permissiveness of the 1980s. A libidinous TV executive decides to stage an awards show. But not just any awards show: this one will honor the finest achievements in the world of filmed pornography.

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Norman Fields

as Clifford Bradley

Harrison Phillips

as Gordon Gordon

George Buck Flower

as Rex Boorski

Angela Carnon

as Mrs. Gordon

Angela Carnon

as Mrs. Gordon

Sandy Dempsey

as Actress

Con Covert

as Make-Up Man

Cheryl Smith

as 'Twinkle Twat' Girl

Starlyn Simone

as Housewife / Sunbather

Linda York

as 'Dial-A-Snatch' Girl

Jacqueline Giroux

as Virginia / Patient

Marius Mazmanian

as Psychiatrist

Rick Rosenthal

as Slate Man


International Titles

Black Socks Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 June 1975

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