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Date Posted: 03:52:03 11/03/07 Sat
Author: Ken
Author Host/IP: adsl-67-121-112-108.dsl.pltn13.pacbell.net /
Subject: Re: It's not too likely...
In reply to: Site Administrator 's message, "It's not too likely..." on 16:18:28 06/04/07 Mon

>B.S. I Love You isn't a likely candidate for DVD for
>several reasons:
>1. it never even rated a VHS or Beta release in the
>2. it's got a very "dated" feel
>3. it's not considered a good movie (I've seen it.
>It's pretty bad)
>4. no major stars, unless you consider "Radar" from
>M*A*S*H a major star.
>5. although rated R, it's pretty tame compared to
>today's standards (so couldn't really market it to the
>Porky's crowd)
>6. has had VERY little airplay since its original
>release. It's been on TMC and Sundance(?) in the last
>decade, but that's about it.
>Add to the above the fact that even when it WAS shown
>on pay cable, they always have (bizarrely) used a
>censored "edited for TV" version that has been shorn
>of what little profanity and nudity it contained. When
>you throw away those, what little appeal the film had
>(for many, probably the prospect of seeing "Isis"
>topless) vanishes.
>ALL THAT SAID, although an official release has never
>occurred, I purchased my uncut copy of the film from
>one of the old "dub services" several years back. I
>had to pay a "membership" fee to keep them legal
>(suposedly), but at least I have an uncut viewing copy.

I read on one website that B.S. I Love You had been shown on the Showtime channel in 1996, but the nudity was cut out. I didn't see the movie when it was shown on the Showtime channel, but I was able to purchase an uncut DVD of the movie from a website a couple of years ago.

I was 8 years old when Isis was on TV in 1975. Joanna Cameron was my first celebrity crush. When I found out a couple of years ago that Joanna had been topless in a movie, I searched all over the Internet for an uncut copy of the movie so that I could see Joanna topless.

The nudity in the movie is very brief. Just a couple of quick flashes by Joanna. I had to use the Slow Motion and Pause buttons on my DVD player to get good view of Joanna topless. Joanna looked great, but the movie was awful.

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