Pros: Sybil Danning looks great.
Cons: Terrible plot, sex scenes were not erotic.
In 1976, Harlee McBride portrayed "Young Lady Chatterley" the over-sexed heroine of the book of the same name. That particular movie was quite erotic and McBride really exuded sexyness. Not as good as "Emmanuelle " (1974) but a watchable film and great for couples. The sequel done in 1985, still portrays a sultry Mcbride (does she ever age??), but the movie drowns into the playmates featured in the movie (Monique Gabrielle for example) and the plot of a young boarding student coming of age is trite. The movie totally wastes Sybil Danning, she is only in one erotic scene and although her body is still rock solid the scene is not even a minute long. Mcbride also has lost her sexual naivete and appeal of the original movie. Here she looks like a sex starved woman who is better suited for a cheap porn film. Playboy Cinema did a few of these movies in the mid 80s to be shown on the Playboy Channel and Cinemax, a few were successful (i.e "Fanny Hill") but most fell short of any type of eroticism. If you want to see Harlee Mcbride at her best get the original, and I can recommend several movies where Sybil Danning is used to her fullest abilities.