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Divorce Las Vegas Style


1971      

Sally (Luanne Roberts) and Jim (John Alderman, that fantastic star of "That Fabulous Bastard from Chicago" in another unbelievable performance as Jim Benson), married but not unattractive, are arguing over the fact that Jim had offered to switch wives with a friend of theirs. Sally, who has a habit of running around most of the time with her hair in curlers and her face covered with cold cream, can't understand why her husband finds her unattractive.

In the heat of the argument she suggests that if he feels this way they should get a divorce - that she will leave immediately for Las Vegas. Jim suggests that since buying a big house and gaudy furniture was her idea and since she was trying to impress the ladies in her club, she should stay there. He suggests that he will go to Las Vegas, leaves immediately and Sally takes a good look at herself in the mirror. She really doesn't want a divorce.

Meanwhile, Jim arrives in Las Vegas and, by accident, checks

into a hotel which caters exclusively to men getting divorces. All the girls wear masks and are hired to cater to the every whim of a man. They feed him, bathe him and take care of all his emotional needs. After several love affairs with the hostesses, he settles down to wait out his six weeks.

Sally has decided she doesn't want to lose her man so she checks into a popular beauty salon where they create a new body and face to match. There are many scenes where we see Sally going through the tortures necessary to firm her body and, finally, with a gorgeous red hair job, she is ready to seek out her husband. After ascertaining where he is and upon learning the policy of the hotel, she applies for a job and is assigned a position as masseuse. Her first customer is Jim, who hurt his back while making love to one of the hostesses. She passes the test, as he fails to recognize her. He has several love scenes with her and as time slips by, Jim again falls in love with her but is unaware that it is his wife.

While Sally is playing her game, she has offended the other hostesses by monopolizing Jim. She is fired for becoming emotionally involved with him. However, the damage has been done. Jim is once again in love with his own wife. Interspersed with the many love scenes are many comedy situations centered around two loveable maintenance men (Carl Stevens and Bobby Mann) who not only take care of maintenance but play over 50 harmonicas. There are big production numbers by one of Las Vegas' most sensational strippers (Sandy O'Hara) and a beautiful comedy and musical sketch by Bobby and Carl. In addition, the entire picture is scored by their harmonica music.

To finish off the plot, Jim learns that the girl he has been making love to, and fallen for, is his wife. He leaves the hotel, telling them to bill him. In the interim, the woman who runs the place is arrested as a Man wanted on peeping tom charges. On top of this is a fag who has checked into hotel to forget another man and try women. He unfortunately picks on the woman who turns out to be a man and he runs, screaming, from the place. Jim arrives home to find his now sexy wife waiting with open arms on the bed. They kiss and all ends happily.





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Divorce Las Vegas Style

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CAST

Sally ....................... Luanne Roberts
Jim ....................... John Alderman
Shirley ....................... Dustycanon
Jane ....................... Dixie Donavan
Betty ....................... Lois Ursone
Beautician ....................... Sylvana Tie
Pierre ....................... Rick Sagliani
June ....................... Marcelle Monte
Lovell ....................... Howard Payne Arnold
New Girl ....................... Gese Labernas
Maintenamce Men ....................... Carl Stevens
Maintenamce Men ....................... Bobby Mann
Stripper ....................... Sandy Ohara


CREDITS

Written By ....................... William White
Associate Producers ....................... Carl Friedman, Antoinette Marine
Produced And Directed By ....................... William White
Director Of Photography ....................... Robert Caramico
Asst. Dir. Of Photography ....................... Jeff Kimball
Sound By ....................... Clark D. Will
Costumes By ....................... Buss
Makeup ....................... Rick Sagliani
Prod. Manager ....................... Charles Alford
Script Supervisor ....................... Marlene Bucklin
Film Editor ....................... Andrew Herbert

A Fine Products Release
World Film Productions, Hollywood, Ca
Color Processing By ....................... American Film Industries
95 Min ....................... In Fine Color









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