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From: "The Fool" <fool@rame.net>
Subject: (RAME) Review: A Formal Faucett
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 10:03:43 +0000 (UTC)
Newsgroups: rec.arts.movies.erotica

A Formal Faucett

Director: Fred J. Lincoln

Cast: Dorothy LeMay, China Leigh, Laurie Blue, Desiree Cousteau, Lisa Sue Corey, Nancy Hoffman, Blair Harris, Ken Scudder, Paul Thomas, John Seeman, Rusty Sheldon, Rocky Rhodes

Unless you were around back then, you won't know just how big the original "Charlie's Angels" was at the time. Here is the adult film which spoofed the original show. Yes, that is the same Fred J. Lincoln who starred in Wes Craven's "Last House On The Left". I believe this is one of his first directorial efforts.

Dorothy LeMay is the photogenic 'Farrah' play-alike (The physical resemblance is not there.) whom, on her wedding anniversary, gets home early with a bottle of champagne, only to discover her husband (Rocky Rhodes) having sex with the nubile Nancy Hoffman. (This is before we even have the opening credits.) She storms out of there and heads for San Francisco. When she arrives there, she enters the office of 'Charlie' (Paul Thomas, although you never see his face [remember that shtick?]), who gives her the new name of "Formal Faucett Minor". He then also notifies her of what she will be expected to do.

It seems that P. Thomas runs a modelling|outcall hooker agency. We get to see his angels run through a short series of assignments, all of which involve explicit sex. Lucky us. The film is only sixty-six minutes long {three film reels}. There is nothing objectionable in this film, unless you're an executive with Columbia Pictures Television who doesn't appreciate porno parodies. If you are, at the end of the opening credits, unfortunately for you, we view a title card stating "All characters are fictional. Any similarities to persons in real life are coincidental."