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    You'd think they'd mention Taming of Rebecca if they had it as it has to be the most famous and sought after Prince film.

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    I liked the couple Avon movies I have seen I think I will get this blu ray. The films are really low budget but the stories are kind of bizarre. I thought the ones I saw were so bizarre they veer into the realm of comedy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fundi View Post
    I liked the couple Avon movies I have seen I think I will get this blu ray. The films are really low budget but the stories are kind of bizarre. I thought the ones I saw were so bizarre they veer into the realm of comedy
    I remember STORY OF PRUNELLA having fart jokes!

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    I remember STORY OF PRUNELLA having fart jokes!
    If I remember his commentary correctly the editor claims he added in the fart noises without telling Phil Prince, and Prince got pissed off when he saw the finished edit!

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    If the fart sounds were added by Brian, that would up the chances that Brian was the director of Savage Sadists, which Prince said isn't one of his.

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    why were the Avon films considered so "dangerous" or whatever? I don't remember anything remotely like that in the ones I saw, they were obviously super low budget, and the stories weren't even really very well written, or improvised. Yeah I know George Payne was good at screaming his lines manically, but that went on in all the films back then lol, and I was reading about porn back then and now, and people didn't even like those kinds of movies really, people liked the Debbie Does Dallas and films like that, films they didn't feel; like a slimeball for watching.

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    why were the Avon films considered so "dangerous" or whatever?
    Presumably because of the way that they tended to combine sex and violence and because they often times had a lot of rape and rough stuff in them.
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    That's interesting. I was not expecting "Pain Mania" or "The Story of Prunella". I thought "Wicked Schoolgirls" and "Bizarre Styles" would be part of the Avon blu ray collection. I guess the situation must have changed.

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