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Opening of Misty Beethoven, The (Platinum Elite) (Blu-ray) 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Jamie Gillis, Constance Money, Gloria Leonard, Marlene Willoughby, Jenny Baxter, Mary Stuart, Michael Gaunt, Peter Andrews, Cynthia Gardner, Crystal Sync, Terri Hall, Nancy Dare, Grover Griffith, Ras Kean, David Williams, Tia Von Davis, Terry Austin, Ian Morley, Lorraine Alraune, Jacqueline Beudant, Calvin Culver, Mark Margolis, Michael Ronds, Joann Sterling
Studio: DistribPix

Directed by: Henry Paris
Release date: 11/14/2012
Opening of Misty Beethoven, The (Platinum Elite) (Blu-ray) reviews:
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Distribpix have gone all out with the Blu-ray release of The Opening of Misty Beethoven providing the best quality version of this film seen yet on home video and a wealth of extras that delve into the film itself. This release is highly recommended for fans of the film, even if they own the previous VCA release, or for any fans of classic adult cinema.
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Maraschino Cherry 
(1.5 stars avg from 3 reviews)

Starring: Eric Edwards, Annette Haven, Constance Money, Leslie Bovee, Gloria Leonard, Jenny Baxter, Alan Marlow, Michael Gaunt, Clea Carson, Peter Andrews, C.J. Laing, Erica Havens, Wade Nichols, David Savage, Susan McBain, Crystal Sync, Marc Valentine, Nancy Dare, Spalding Gray, Conchita Costello, Loren Michaels, Jenny Lind, Rocky Millstone, Lance Knight
Studio: Video-X-Pix

Directed by: Henry Paris
Release date: 9/30/2003
Maraschino Cherry reviews:
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Don't be fooled by the fact that this was directed by Radley Metzger, who directed such acknowledged classics as The Opening of Misty Beethoven. This film just doesn't come close to the level of Misty Beethoven, or Metzger's other efforts. The DVD was transfered from an extremely distressed print of the movie. This thing is simply terrible to look at, and there is little eroticism, despite the presence of the superstars of the era, including Leslie Bovee, Gloria Leonard, Constance Money, and Annette Haven. For example, Constance Money's scene consists only of a short handjob. About the only thing that saves this film from being a complete waste is the nasty, kinky S&M scene with C.J. Lang.
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NOTE: This is not your typical review. Others have done an excellent job reviewing the content, scenes, performances, etc. of this porn classic. This "review" concerns itself with how the DVD's contents compare with the complete, uncut original release version of the film or an early (before prior self-censorship) VHS version. The Ratings given refer either to the "original" version of the film (Performers, Plot, Sex, etc.) or to the DVD version (Extras, Value, etc.) and are relatively arbitrary. The important info is that which follows. MARASCHINO CHERRY DVD IS THE PITS! Radley Metzgers last hardcore effort under his Henry Paris nom-de-film is finally available on DVD from Video-X-Pix. Well, they saved the worst for last and by that, I dont mean from a content standpoint! While Maraschino Cherry is generally regarded as the weakest of that group of films, even Metzgers weakest efforts far outstrip those of most of his porn peers and successors, IM (and many others) HO.
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Maraschino Cherry is the final hardcore film directed by Radley Metzger (under his Henry Paris pseudonym) and, as such, is likely to be of considerable interest to porn and cult movie fans alike. However, those expecting something akin to The Opening Of Misty Beethoven are going to be disappointed. Maraschino Cherry, perhaps predictably given its place in the Metzger/Paris filmography, is actually little more than a vignette movie (or, as it would probably have been described at the time, a loop carrier). The movie revolves around Gloria Leonard, mistress of a New York brothel, discussing her business activities with her wide-eyed sister. Around this simple structure sit a variety of erotic encounters ranging from the strictly vanilla to some decidedly edgy dungeon sequences that bring to mind the Women In Prison movies of the period. Like Barbara Broadcast, its predecessor in the Metzger cannon, Maraschino Cherry never really amounts to much despite a few standout moments.
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Delicious & All American Girls 2 (Double Feature) 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Tom Byron, Paul Thomas, Debi Diamond, Ron Jeremy, Marc Wallice, Blake Palmer, Misty Regan, Desiree Cousteau, Veronica Hart, Shauna Grant, Jerry Butler, Paul Barresi, Karen Summer, R. Bolla, Laurie Smith, Rosa Lee Kimball, Aaron Stuart, George Payne, Gina Martell, Jane Kelton, Michael Gaunt, Nicole Scent, Candida Royale, Ken Starbuck, Jody Swafford
Studio: Adam & Eve

Directed by: Bill Eagle
Release date: 8/5/2002
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Casts: DeliciousVeronica Hart, Candida Royalle, Nicole Scent, Desiree Cousteau, Jane Kelton, R. Bolla, Aaron Stuart, Arthur West, Michael Gaunt, Ron Jeremy, George Payne; All American Girls 2Shauna Grant, Shelli Rey, Laurie Smith, Michelle Lee, Gina Martell, Rose Brandon, Jodie Preston, Ron Jeremy, Blake Palmer, Ken Starbuck, Tom Byron. Directors: Philip Drexler Jr. (Delicious); Bill Eagle (All American Girls 2) Production dates: 1981 (Delicious); 1983 (All American Girls 2) Lengths: 81 min. (Delicious); 84 min. (All American Girls 2) Extras: A photo gallery for each movie (18 images for Delicious and 30 images for All American Girls 2) and 15 trailers. Audio/visual quality: Overall, the audiovisual quality of the movies is acceptable given their age. Both are shot on film, with minimal scratches and other blemishes in the prints. The colors in Delicious appear somewhat faded with time, and the original editing feels choppy, with too many quick cuts between genital and facial close-ups. The focus and lighting are pretty good, however.
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