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Blue Perfume


1975       Margo Neal

THE STORY: "You can take off everything except, Blue Perfume"

On an early morning, John (the ad manager of a perfume company) is waking to a busy day. His sleeping wife Susan rolls over and the day begins with a bang.

When he arrives at the office, he waits for Dawn Star (the Catherine Deneuve look alike) whom he wants to use to promote the company's new formula, Frangrance 69. They are due at Madame La Bianca's (directress of the firm) for his presentation.

At La Bianca's we meet Greta Mars, her slave and other members of the board. Madame is worried. It seems someone is trying to sabotage the plant in order to keep the new .scent off the market. John concours with her, relating the attempts on his life earlier in the day. He is anxious to get on with his presentation, hoping that Madame will like Dawn well enough to use her as the Frangrance 69 girl. By the time Dawn is finished, everyone is convinced. While dismissing

John, Madame mentions a masquerade party that evening at her country estate inviting him, Susan and Dawn.

Susan, while cleaning house, is surprised by the ringing of the doorbell. La Bianca has arrived (unexpectedly but not unwelcome) with riding crop in hand. There ensues a session of lovemaking that one is unlikely to forget. After she leaves, Susan falls asleep exhausted, only to awaken and find someone in her bedroom, who strangles her.

John arriving home and finding his love dead, promptly calls the cops, who don't quite believe his story. He goes to Dawn for consolation and to talk about his concern for his own life and that of the company's. Between the bed, bath and the bed, Dawn leaves little time for John to worry. She does suggest they go to LaBianca's masquerade and see if they can figure out whodunit.

As in everything she does, Madame throws no ordinary party . . . no one is above suspicion and John suggests a game of "Truth or Torture" on the rack. As in all good mysteries, we will not divulge the perpetrator. Suffice to say that a hot time is had by all until . .




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Starring
Margo Neal
Peter Halcombe
Rena Brown
And Introducing
Dawn Starr
With
Monique Deveraux
Howard Nelson
Yvonne Paul
Esther Maud
John Lawrence
Bernard Barnsley
Rod Goodall
Nikola Austine
Maria Frost
Gillie Grant
Tony Barton
David London
Maya Zell
Evies Davies

Camera .............................. Bob Sharman
Editor ............................. Peter Mayhew
Sound .............................. Mike Raffini
Art Direction ...................... Tony Roberts
Special Costumes ................... The Pleasure Chest

Written, Produced And Directed By ................ Charles Vienna




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