Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet Trailer

Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet Trailer (2006)

10 October 2006 Drama, Comedy, Romance 100 mins

When the ladies who inhabit the all-lesbian planet of Aquaterra need some top-grade male breeding stock, what else would they do besides don their bikinis and blast off for planet Earth? With men on their minds, two of Aquaterra's finest run into plenty of adventures as they search for Earth studs in director Nicholas Medina's erotic spoof starring Alexandre Boisvert, Evan Stone and Brad Bartram.

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Nicole Sheridan

as Kim Read

Brad Bartram

as Prof. Qautermass

Evan Stone

as Decker

Rebecca Love

as Queen Morganna


as Gary

Regina Russell

as Archive footage


International Releases Dates

United States 10 October 2006

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