Memories Within Miss Aggie
|Memories Within Miss Aggie|
|Directed by||Gerard Damiano|
|Written by||Ron Wertheim|
|Music by||Rupert Holmes|
|Distributed by||Cinépix Film Properties
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Memories Within Miss Aggie is a 1974 pornographic film directed by Gerard Damiano and starring Deborah Ashira, Eric Edwards, and Harry Reems. The film pays homage to both Damiano's previous skin flick The Devil in Miss Jones and Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.
The narrative structure of the film involves a woman, the eponymous Miss Aggie (Ashira), recounting her previous sexual encounters to her lover (Edwards). The younger incarnations of Miss Aggie are played by other actresses. The veracity of Miss Aggie's memory is in doubt.
- Deborah Ashira as Aggie
- Eric Edwards as Richard I
- Harry Reems as Richard II
- Kim Pope as Aggie I
- Mary Stuart as Aggie II
- Darby Lloyd Rains as Aggie III
In 1975, Inish Kae, the film's distributor, launched an ad campaign touting the movie for Academy Award nominations. The ads in the entertainment industry trade press touted Miss Aggie for Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director (Damiano) and Best Actress (Deborah Ashira).
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