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Candy Stripers 
(4.8 stars avg from 3 reviews)

Starring: Paul Thomas, Don Fernando, Rock Steadie, Richard Pacheco, Sharon Thorpe, Eileen Welles, Amber Hunt, Mimi Morgan, Lauren Black, Nancy Hoffman, Cris Cassidy, Phaedra Grant, Bron White, Byron White, David Clark, Joey Nassivera, Marc Howard
Studio: Arrow Productions

Directed by: Bob Chinn
Release date: 7/9/2002
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This 1978 golden age classic by Bob Chinn is a lot of good, dirty fun. The set is convincing, and many have thought it was shot in a hospital although it was really shot on a sound stage in San Francisco. The acting is reasonably good, although the plot isn't complicated: a bunch of hospital patients who are more horny than sick, and three candy stripers willing to serve any way they can, including sexually. Many have commented that the women in classic porn are not as good looking as today's crop. Although that is generally true, Amber Hunt, for example, could hold her own even in today's porn biz. Arrow has done an outstanding job restoring sound and picture, and one of the cutest things about this movie is the song that was composed and performed for it. The fact that golden age adult films frequently had a song written specifically for them is one of the things that separates them from the current industry.
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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. CANDY STRIPERS ALL THERE Bob Chinns 1978 classic, Candy Stripers has been brought to DVD by Arrow Films, who has done a great job of restoring the film as well as giving us ALL of it (sort of). For those who havent heard, there are two infamous scenes in the film (both involving fisting) that have long been cut out for fear of the dreaded porn police. Both scenes are present on the DVD, but not in their original positions in the complete film, which remains edited in this presentation.
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Candy Stripers A disc review by Flash   Release Specs: Distributor: Arrow Edition Details: Special Edition MSRP: $39.95 DVD Release Date: June 2002 Movie Specs: Genres: Feature Film, Golden Age Classic (1972 - 1984), Nurses Run Time: 73 minutes Rated: XXX Release Year: 1978 Director: Bob Chinn Written by: Dean Rogers Cast: Amber Hunt, Cris Cassidy (as Montana), Nancy Hoffman, Paul Thomas, Mimi Morgan, Rock Steadie, Lauren Black, Joey Silvera (as Joey Nassivera), Richard Pacheco (as Marc Howard), Phaedra Grant, Eileen Welles, Sharon Thorpe Disc Specs: Audio: English 2.0 Mono Subtitles: none Video: Pan & Scan, 1.33:1 Video Format: NTSC Regional Code: 0 (All) Disc: DVD 9 (Single Sided, Dual Layered) Special Features: Director Interview, Easter Egg [ /image ] --> Synopsis: The shenanigans in an L.A. hospital are exposed as the candy stripers provide bedside assistance to the patients and the staff. Video/Audio: Candy Stripers is presented in the full screen aspect ratio, 1.33:1, which I dont believe is the original aspect ratio for the film.  However,
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Nurses of the 407 
(4.0 stars avg from 4 reviews)

Starring: Paul Thomas, Joey Silvera, Kristen, Jessie St. James, Jon Martin, Misty Dawn, Laura Wren, Lynx Cannon, Mantra Stark, Rock Steadie, Herschel Savage, Tigr, Bonnie Jean, Kathleen Kristel
Studio: I-Candy

Directed by: Tony Kendrick
Release date: 4/24/2000
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"Nurses of the 407", a film from the Golden Age of Yesteryear is really not that great of a film, but worth getting for the audio commentary alone (I actually recommend watching the film with the commentary over watching it without).
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Here is another porn film that follows the time-honored convention of parodying a mainstream movie or television show. Shot on a soundstage in San Francisco in 1982, the movie has the look and feel of the hit seventies and early 80s TV show, M*A*S*H. In fact, the overhead footage at the beginning of the film is the same outdoor set built for the mainstream show. Paul Thomas plays the Hawkeye character, called Jaybird, and Joey Silvera plays the Radar character. The female lead, hot hips Henderson, is played by Jessie St. James, who looks remarkably like hot lips Hoolihan. St. James does a remarkable acting job, and even seems to have some of Loretta Swits style and mannerisms. Unfortunately, this films close similarity to the show it is parodying is about the only thing it has going for it. The sex scenes are brief, a couple of them lack money shots, the women are average in the looks department, and the script is lame.
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N*U*R*S*E*S of the 407th A film review by Flash Movie Specs: Distributor: I-Candy Entertainment Run Time: One hour and 14 minutes Rated: X Year of Release: 1982 Director: Tony Kendrick Written by: Tony Kendrick and Julian Orynski Cast: Jesie St. James, Paul Thomas, John Martin, Joey Silvera, Kathleen Kristel (as Kristen), Lynx Cannon, M.L. Sparks, Chelsea Manchester (as Tigr), Laura Wren, Bonnie Jean, Herschel Savage Disk Specs: Audio: 2.0 Mono English, 2.0 Mono English Commentary Video: Pan & Scan, 1.33:1 Regional Code: 0 Disk: Single Layer, Single Sided Special Features: Animated Menus, Slide Show, Audio Commentary, Chapter Index, Cast Biographies, Video Montage, Trivia Game, Previews Synopsis: Whilst in the middle of the Vietnam war, the doctors and nurses of company 407 find ways to distract themselves from the war around them in this all out parody of M*A*S*H. Video/Audio: The picture appears to have originally been in the 1.85:1 or 1.77:1 widescreen aspect ratio and slightly cropped for this presentation.
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