Alpha Blue is a vacation planet where vacationers' sexual needs are fulfilled by a computer. A rebel movement arises that believes sexual activities should be real, and not virtual.
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To fit the post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi theme of the movie, a scene was shot at the "United States Space Park" in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, NY, an exhibit of real and mocked-up rocket parts that were originally part of the 1964 World's Fair but were deteriorating and graffiti-covered by the movie's production in 1979. Most of the rocket parts have since been removed, but two of the genuine rockets, an Atlas and a Titan II, complete with their Mercury and Gemini capsules, were restored and put back on display in 2004 as part of the New York Hall of Science. See more
The current version of The Satisfiers of Alpha Blue is missing part of the Annie Sprinkle
/ Mal O'Ree
scene along with all of the 'Tiffany Clark' / Bill McKean
scene. Some final orgy footage now repeats where the Clark sequence used to be. See more
Followed by Return to Alpha Blue