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Adult Video News Awards 1997 (1997)

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Documentary covering the awards show presented by Adult Video News, the trade publication for the adult film industry.

Director:

Mark Stone
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bionca Bionca ... Herself
T.T. Boy ... Himself
Jeanna Fine ... Herself
Veronica Hart ... Herself
Nina Hartley ... Herself
Melissa Hill Melissa Hill ... Herself
Kylie Ireland ... Herself
Jenna Jameson ... Herself
Shayla LaVeaux ... Herself
John Leslie ... Himself
Porsche Lynn ... Herself
Shanna McCullough ... Herself
Missy Missy ... Herself
Steve Perry Steve Perry ... Himself
Scott Schwartz ... Himself
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Documentary covering the awards show presented by Adult Video News, the trade publication for the adult film industry.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

1997 Adult Video News Awards See more »

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AVN Publications See more »
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Melissa Hill Finally Gets Something for all the giving
24 January 2000 | by PVOMSee all my reviews

This is your token AVN award show. You can catch it on cable each year, get it in "Spice Vision" or with patchworked harcore clips. This one has obvious dubbed in canned laughter, blatant stand up comedy and a truly heart warming moment. In HS, I had a crush on this girl who looked exactly like Melissa Hill. I really can't remember who I liked first. And only recently did I stop making movies with the girl from home, but also recently figured out Melissa is no longer gracing the grainy screen. And here's why- after busting her ass, she recieves the best supporting actress award for "Bad Wives" which is a wonder, considering who the director wazzzzz. This is a cute moment in her acceptance speech in which she acknowledges those out there who believed in her... Sounds rediculous, but as a teenager, I did. And it's kinda groovy to see her get some credit in an indutry more materialistic than Hollywood.


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