Aunt Peg's Fulfillment Trailer

Aunt Peg's Fulfillment Trailer (1981)

03 April 1981 76 mins

Close on the heels of "Aunt Peg", the most overwhelmingly successful erotic film of the eyar, this continuation of the story of Hollywood's hottest (take it both ways) female producer scales even more dizzying heights of erotic discovery. With Juliet Anderson again in the title role, "Aunt Peg's Fulfillment" does indeed fulfill her need for power and sexual domination. Behind the Scenes of major motion picture studios she conducts fantastic orgies and sexual couplings of every possible kind. Brilliant photography and stunning sexual performances combine to make this big-budget X-rated film one of the most outstanding in Erotic-film History!

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Juliet Anderson

as Aunt Peg Norton

Herschel Savage

as Garrett Young

Johnnie Keyes

as Tyrone Tipps

Nancy Graham

as Selina

Richard Pacheco

as Richard Pacheco

Sharon Kane

as Sheila

Suzannah French

as Rachel Stone

Erica Boyer

as Erica

Aaron Stuart

as Harold Lewis

John Leslie

as David

International Releases Dates

United States 03 April 1981

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