Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy

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Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy
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Poster of theatrical release
Directed by Scott J. Gill
Produced by Kirt Eftekhar and Scott J. Gill (producers) Tim Goldberg (executive producer) Sean Skelton (associate producer)
Starring Ron Jeremy
Music by Carvin Knowles
Cinematography Scott J. Gill
Ralph King
Edited by Scott J. Gill
Release date(s) 2001
Country United States
Language English

The Legend of Ron Jeremy is a 2001 documentary, written and directed by Scott J. Gill, detailing the life of porn actor Ron Jeremy. The film alternates between clips of his performances in porn films and his prosaic home and family life as just another Jewish guy from Queens.[1]

His unfulfilled dream to become an actor in mainstream movies is a typical recurring theme in film. A Film Threat review says "The portrait drawn by this film is of a man loved and/or respected by nearly all that have known him."[2]

Tagline: The Story of America's Most Unlikely Sex Star.

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