The Devil in Miss Jones  

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The Devil in Miss Jones is a 1973 pornographic film, written and directed by Gerard Damiano.

Damiano made this movie after his 1972 success with Deep Throat. The film was shot in a house on Park Drive South in the town of Harrison, New York. The original film, along with its sequel (Devil in Miss Jones 2), are considered adult film classics, featuring many adult film stars well known in the "Golden Age of Porn" (mostly the 1970s and early 1980s). The film achieved wide acclaim from the mainstream public and was referenced in many films, books and television programs.

Succeeding "Miss Jones" films extend the title's name to at least six films; most viewers, however, believe they fail to achieve the quality of the original.

In 2006, VCX employed Media Blasters to digitally re-master the movie from the original 35mm film into a "Definitive Collectors Edition" 2-Disc set on DVD. This latest revision has been repackaged and supposedly has the best picture and audio quality of any original Devil In Miss Jones release. The DVDs contains the remastered feature, audio commentary with director Gerard Damiano, a lengthy in-depth interview with Georgina Spelvin, the original trailer, the cable TV version, and a photo gallery.



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