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Practice Makes Perfect 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Eric Edwards, Darby Lloyd Rains, Kim Pope, Anne Magie, Anita Ericsson, Jaqueline Laurent, Knud Jorgenson, Charles Canyon
Studio: Cal Vista Classics

Directed by: Torgny Wickman
Release date: 7/14/2009
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VCX has re-released PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT (1976-Metro) as part of its Cal Vista classic series of DVDs for 2009.
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Passions Of Carol, The 
(2.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Jamie Gillis, Marc Stevens, Mary Stuart, Sonny Landham, Kevin Andre, Alan Marlow, Ashley Moore, Kim Pope, Carter Stevens, Shaun Costello, Susan Sloan, Day Jason, Arturo Millhouse, Merrie Holiday, Toni Scott
Studio: Video-X-Pix

Directed by: Shaun Costello
Release date: 8/23/2004
Previews: Movie Trailer
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The Passions of Carol A disc review by Flash Release Specs: Distributor: Video-X-Pix Edition Details: Standard MSRP: $29.99 DVD Release Date: August 2004 Movie Specs: Genres: Feature Film, Golden Age Classic, Holiday Theme Run Time: 76 minutes Rated: X Release Year: 1975 Director: Shaun Costello (as Amanda Barton) Written by: Shaun Costello (as Amanda Barton) Cast: Mary Stuart (as Merrie Holiday), Kim Pope, Jamie Gillis, Arturo Millhouse, Kevin André, Shaun Costello (as Helmuth Richler), Susan Sloan (as Rose Cranston), Day Jason (as Daniela Di Orici), Angela Dermer, Marc Stevens, Sonny Landham, Alan Marlow (as Alan Barow), Stuart Dickerson, Alan Grodin, Ashley Moore, Carter Stevens, Shaun Costello (as Russ Carlson), Toni Scott       Disc Specs: Audio: English 2.0 Mono Subtitles: none Video: Pan & Scan, 1.33:1 Video Format: NTSC Regional Code: 0 (All) Disc: DVD 5 (SS, SL) Special Features: Trailers DVD-ROM Special Features: none Synopsis: Carol Scrooge (Mary Stuart), head of Beaver Publications, makes Bob Hatchet (Jamie Gillis) work on Christmas
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Summer Of Laura 
(1.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Helen Madigan, Kim Pope
Studio: VCX

Release date: 7/26/2004
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Along a lonely beach on a summer colony off the Long Island coast, a man walks slowly, reliving a summer, the summer of Laura, when he was 19. Richie has a friend on the island, Gene, who is gregarious and mischievous. Like the more sensitive Richie, he too, was 19. During that summer of awakening he loses his youthful desires and develops his manhood. On the way to the movies, Richie literally bumps into Laura, an older woman who lives nearby. She asks him if he'll help her with some chores the following day. He is totally flustered, but agrees. Richie goes to her house and after knocking on the door, and getting no response, enters. On the floor he finds a crumpled telegram which reads, "Your husband, Bob Hayes, has been killed in action." Laura appears, lonely and vulnerable. She moves toward him in a gesture of human contact. They slowly begin to dance. "That summer we lost five Frisbees, saved a girl from a silly snake, saw our first skin flick, and I lost my Laura." The sea rises
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Memories Within Miss Aggie 
(4.3 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Eric Edwards, Harry Reems, Mary Stuart, Darby Lloyd Rains, Kim Pope, Deborah Ashira, Patrick L. Farrelly, Ralph Herman, Christopher Kersen, Leo Zorba, Rolf Beck
Studio: Arrow Productions

Directed by: Gerard Damiano
Release date: 9/18/2003
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One of Gerard Damiano's least known but perhaps his greatest work, Memories Within Miss Aggie is a Gothic drama with psychotic undertones and a tour de force for all involved. Unfortunately Arrow Video has released the movie from such a low quality master, it is almost unwatchable.
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Year: 1974 Length: 73 minutes approximately MEMORIES WITHIN MISS AGGIE from 1974 by porn director legend Gerard Damiano is a true classic, that is given a truly terrible dvd transfer. Although advertised as available from Arrow dvd by Excalibur films, this is in fact a transfer they themselves have done of the film from an old Arrow vhs of the film. The transfer is horrible and that is the only thing that keeps me from giving this film a perfect rating. This movie is one of the best porn films I've seen, and it holds it's own as a film story wise also, which is important as this one aims to be a feature. The story behind this film is that Miss Aggie is a slightly crazy middle aged woman, who imagines the ways she met her current companion and she has flashbacks imagining herself as a young woman having sex with him as a young man. The first scene is between Eric Edwards and Kim Pope and it's pretty good, they are both very innocent in this scene. It's strange to see Eric Edwards so young looking as he was in this film.
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Through The Looking Glass (TVX) 
(3.8 stars avg from 3 reviews)

Starring: Jamie Gillis, Bobby Astyr, Terry Hall, Kim Pope, Al Levitsky, Terri Hall, Nancy Dare, Catherine Burgess, Laura Nicholson, Ultra Max
Studio: TVX

Directed by: Jonas Middleton
Release date: 7/24/2002
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One of the best hardcore films ever made, Through The Looking Glass is a beautifully shot, masterfully directed, wonderfully scored, amazingly edited, and astoundingly well acted gem of a film. Softcore star Catherine Erhardt stars as Catherine, a rich socialite who is obsessed with her deceased father (played magnificently by Jamie Gillis). Ignoring the affection of her husband (Douglas Wood) and her daughter Jennifer (Laura Nicholson, who was 16 when this film was made), Catherine spends all of her free time upstairs in her attic, masturbating to objects which remind her of her father. One evening, while engaging in such activity, she thinks she notices an apparition, resembling her father, inside the mirror.
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Introduction: Updated on March 3, 2003 to include screenshots. Note that the quality of these screenshots is, unfortunately, indicative of the poor AV quality of the DVD transfer. This is a "companion" review to Flash's review from a couple of weeks ago. I say "companion" because, in general, I'm not going to give duplicate technical information about this title - that is all easily accessible in Flash's submission. The purpose of this review is to offer an alternative viewpoint from which to consider the merits of the movie. Ironically, I never would have written this review at all were it not for the fact that I'd just purchased this movie (based on some Internet research) and then almost immediately after receiving it happened to see Flash's review. What's even more remarkable is that I'm not a regular ADT follower so the odds that I would have gone to this site on a day when his review was in the "recent" list were very small.
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Through the Looking Glass A disc review by Flash Release Specs: Distributor: TVX Edition Details: Standard MSRP: $29.95 DVD Release Date: August 2002 Movie Specs: Genres: Feature Film, Golden Age Classic (1972 - 1984), Horror Run Time: 91 minutes Rated: X Release Year: 1976 Director: Jonas Middleton Written by: Ronald Wertheim, David Maryla, Jonas Middleton Cast: Catherine Erhardt (as Catharine Burgess), Laura Nicholson, Douglas Wood, Marie Taylor, Jamie Gillis, Terri Hall, Roger Caine (as Mike Jefferson)       Disc Specs: Audio: English 2.0 Mono Subtitles: none Video: Pan & Scan, 1.33:1 Video Format: NTSC Regional Code: 0 (All) Disc: DVD 5 (SS, SL) Special Features: none [ /image ] --> Synopsis: Catherine Johnston (Catherine Erhardt) is married to Richard (Douglas Wood), but their marriage is going through a troubled period.  Catherine is having hallucinations of her father (Jamie Gillis) in a mirror, beckoning for her to come through the mirror to the other side of the glass.  Although she tries to resist, Richard doesnt realize how troubled his w
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