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Country  Australia
4.8/10 IMDb

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Language  English
Fantasm Comes Again movie poster
Director  Colin Eggleston (as "Eric Ram")
Release date  26 December 1977

Fantasm Comes Again is a 1977 soft core pornographic film from Australia. It was a sequel to Fantasm (1976) and was the first feature directed by Colin Eggleston.

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Plot

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Journalist Libbie is taking over the "Dear Collette" sex advice column at her newspaper from veteran reporter Harry, who is retiring. Over the course of one night, Harry talks Libbie through a series of letters from their readers. They include:

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  • rape in a drive in theatre
  • teacher-student sex in a gym
  • lesbian seduction in a barn
  • a suburban orgy
  • incest
  • sex in a pool
  • sex in a library
  • oral sex on the road
  • a threesome in an elevator
  • sex between monks and a nun.
  • Cast

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  • Rick Cassidy as Mr Bates
  • Angela Menzies-Wills as Libbie
  • Clive Hearne as Harry
  • Uschi Digart as Leslie
  • Serena as Imogene
  • Mary Gavin as Frances
  • Rainbeaux Smith as Carol
  • Liz Wolfe as Rita
  • Rosemarie Bern as Cindy
  • Urias S. Cambridge as Bob
  • Peter Kurzon as Ted
  • Lois Owens as Alice
  • Mike Stapp as rapist
  • Michael Barton as Miss Peabody
  • Suzy A. Star as Penny
  • Dee Dee Levitt as Bianca
  • Production

    The linking scenes between the two journalists were shot in Australia, and the sex scenes were filmed over 12 days in Los Angeles by an Australian director and cinematographer, using American porn stars.

    The budget was larger on the sequel in an attempt to attract a bigger audience; in contrast with the original, where only one of the ten stories was lip sync and the rest in voice over, all the stories in Fantasm Comes Again had lip sync dialogue. Ginnane later thought this was a mistake as it distracted from what was on screen.

    Reception

    The film sold well around the world but was not as popular as Fantasm at the Australian box office. Ginnane blamed the fact by the time it was released there was a glut of sex films on the market and the delay caused by censorship hold ups. (In 1980 David Stratton called it "the most censored of the new Australian films.") By 1979 the film had not yet broken even but Ginnane was confident that would be the case.

    Ginnane later said that he felt Colin Eggleston was just as competent a director as Richard Franklin but thought his sense of humour was different "and perhaps it didn't suit the material as well".

    References

    Fantasm Comes Again Wikipedia
    Fantasm Comes Again IMDb Fantasm Comes Again themoviedb.org


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