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    Martha Reeves Film Appearance

    I am sure I saw Martha Reeves appear in a film circa mid 70's in Vegas type nightclub scene. If memory serves me right it may have been a gangster film, and possibly a MCA production, which would make sense as she had recently signed to MCA Records. This is not the softcover porn film that she unwittingly appeared in a musical number later. Any thoughts?

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    According to imdb.com, Martha appeared in a 1978 film titled “Fairy Tales.” She played a character named Aunt La Voh.

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    It is the soft porn film! Here is the song that she sings, I have always loved it.


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    Nice song; our Dr. Reeves looks and sounds gorgeous.

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    Martha Reeves appeared in an episode of Quincy ME as a singer in a club. I believe the episode was titled "Snake Eyes". Martha is not credited in the episode credits but she appeared in a couple of scenes as a lounge singer.
    Last edited by Motown1050; 09-02-2021 at 11:21 PM.

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    Interesting song but I don't think I am ready to rush out and see the movie!

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    Martha Reeves Film Appearance

    Quote Originally Posted by Motown1050 View Post
    Martha Reeves appeared in an episode of Quincy ME as a singer in a club. I believe the episode was titled "Snake Eyes". Martha is not credited in the episode credits but she appeared in a couple of scenes as a lounge singer.
    Thank you, Motown 1050! I greatly appreciate your posting a reply!

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    Martha appears at 01:18:07.

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    I've never heard Martha's "You'll Feel The Magic In Me" before. Not bad; in fact, I like it!

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