Heavenly Desire Trailer

Heavenly Desire Trailer (1979)

"Heavenly Desire Is Hotter Than Hell!" 27 June 1979 Fantasy, Comedy 89 mins

In 1879 Wild West California, prostitute Mary Lou and her friend Rosebud are accidentally gunned down after witnessing the death of Mary Lou's dim-witted lover Ralph. 100 years later, the Devil recruits the limbo-state souls of Mary Lou and Rosebud to return to their brothel, now a Los Angeles college sorority, to try to bring two newcomers to the place, Ellen and Sue, to make them lose their virginity to their boyfriends in order for them to gain access into swinging Hell.

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Cast

Johnny Harden

as Tom / Ralph

Jamie Gillis

as Harold

Johnnie Keyes

as The Devil

Jon Martin

as Charles

Michael O'Leary

as Horsebreath

Serena

as Rosebud Williams

Seka

as Mary Lou

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International Releases Dates

Spain 24 July 1989

Netherlands 21 January 1982

United States 27 June 1979

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