CAST: Catalina L`Amour,Dorian L`Amour,Eric Holman,Gina Rome,Kelsie Chambers,Lorelei (aka Kristine Imboch),Signor Claudio
DIRECTOR: Kristine Imboch
RELEASE DATE: 1/1/2014A gal simply cannot be too careful!
In an exciting spoof of those popular true-crime television shows, host Roger Slack offers pointers on crime safety, and describes sample cases in which gullible housewives and beautiful career women fell prey to invasion burglaries.
Lovely actress Kelsie Chambers shows us how NOT to behave with visitors! She invites a "maintenance man" (Eric Holman) into her apartment. He chloroforms her, peels away her shirt, and then ropes and gags her. When Kelsie comes to, her attempt to squirm away angers the burglar; he pulls her pants off and points out that in her down-dressed state, it would be much too embarrassing for her to go for help.
Exotic Gina Rome experiences a home invasion robbery. Nicely roped and gagged, she whimpers as brutish Signor Claudio demands her valuables. When she claims to have none, he searches at length -- inside her bra, where his groping hands enjoy soft treasures. Gina's then thrown onto the bed and her clothes are forcibly removed in the man's search for jewelry. The brunette is re-tied and chloroformed. The intruder finally finds Gina's wallet and, satisfied, leaves her unconscious on the bed.
Beautiful Catalina L'Amour demonstrates what can happen when you're far from home. She writhes on a chair as a cad paws through her purse, then paws under her blouse! The gorgeous blonde can do little but twist and moan, unable to stop her rude aggressor. The burglar (Dorian L'Amour) leaves her tied against the headboard.
Petite Lorelei (the lady formerly known as Kristine Imboch) knows the basics of personal safety, but her naive trust of a TV-show host (Leonard Ayresteel, aka Jon Woods) is her undoing; she's grabbed, bound, thrown in the trunk and driven off to parts unknown!
The enactments in this video are staged to recall specific DETECTIVE MAGAZINE COVERS of old, focusing at length on the dramatic moment. The ropework does imitate those bad-bondage covers, but here the ropes are applied tighter and more secure.
SPECIAL BONUS FEATURES: Director Lorelei has generously included funny production OUT-TAKES and BLOOPERS, plus a brief, yet informative history of "detective" magazine photography, showing samples of classic covers!