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Actresses: MARY-LOUISE WELLER & LYDIA CORNELL

Known for: ANIMAL HOUSE & TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT

Project: BLOODTIDE

Year: 1982

Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Character: Sherry Grice (& Barbara)

Traits: Sexy Sherry joins her husband Neil (Martin Cove) to find his sister (Deborah Shelton) on a Greek Island inhabited by locals with a secret, aided by a black maverick archeologist Frye (James Earl Jones) who discovers a sea creature that could be responsible for killing young hotties… including Frye’s squeeze Barbara played by TV’s blonde bombshell Lydia Cornell.

Nag Ratings: 3… Sherry’s a good woman who sticks by her man, but she doesn’t take any crap either. And Barbara gets a 4 because her last words are rather rash, telling Greek locals they prefer boys to women (referring to the Greek philosophers, so she’s no dummy)… After which she takes a final swim.

The Best Part: Hot humid beach weather making Mary, along with Lydia Cornell and Deborah Shelton, dress accordingly.

You Missed: Originally a treasure picture liken to THE DEEP, the sea monster elements, ala JAWS and all its clones, were added later.

Lydia Cornell in BLOODTIDES

Lydia Cornell and Mary-Louise Weller in BLOODTIDES

Mary-Louise Weller (w/ Martin Kove) in BLOODTIDES

 

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