Debbie Does Dallas

Synopsis: Debbie gets a spot on the roster of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, which is referenced only as "Texas" throughout the movie. The only problem is that Debbie doesn't have enough money to get there on her own, and her mom doesn't want to help her, so her friends decide to help her out, and they all get small jobs around town to raise money. One day, Debbie is approached by her boss, Mr. Greenfeld, who first offers $10 to see her breasts, another $10 to touch them, and finally another $10 to suckle them. She realizes that they can get more money by performing sexual favors. She finally gets to go when Mr. Greenfeld offers to pay for everything if Debbie helps him realize his fantasy and let him "score a touchdown".
Genre: Adult, Comedy
Director(s): Jim Buckley
  2 wins.
80 min

One two three four. We're gonna make

'em shout "no more. "

Five, six, seven, eight. We're gonna

make 'em say we're great.

I can't believe it's fall girl.

Debbie I'm so proud of you.

When are you leaving? Where are you going?

I'm so excited.

That's the problem.

What do you mean?

My parents don't want me to go.

They don't like the idea.

And if I go I have to raise the fare myself.

My Mother calls it outdoor burlesque.

Can you imagine?


I know if I'd have won my parents would

be all for it.

But you didn't won Lisa.

Yea. Debbie what are you going to do?

Raise the money fast.

When do you have to leave Debbie?

But that's not enough time

to raise the fare.

Well we'll just have to think of

something I guess.

Music and chatter.

Hut, hut, Ray, call the play, call the play.

Go, go, go go go.


Music and whistle.

Hustle up men.

Music and chatter.

Hi, how you been?

We should be on the road man.

I know.

What a day.


You know I don't think I'm be able

to make it to Texas in just two weeks.

All talking at once.

I think we should all help her

raise the money.

I've got a great idea.

Why don't we all work hard to raise money

so we can go to Texas with her.

Yea, let's.

Debbie, we could boost your morale.

Gee, it would be wonderful if you

could all be with me.

Next best thing to being Texas

cowgirls ourselves.


Well OK, but if we're all going to be there we've

got to decide what we're going to do right now.

First of all we all have to get part time

jobs after school for a week.

indistinct words.

Well I can get a job with Mr Bitterlich

at the library.

I saw a help wanted sign

in the record store.

Super, and I now Jimmy just gave up

his job on the tennis courts.

There's no reason why they shouldn't

give it to a girl.

Hey did anyone see the brownies

washing cars this week end?

Yea, you want to wash cars?


Maybe I could talk the Hardwicks into

a job at the candle shop.

It's worth a try.

It's a start.

Maybe should advertise?

You mean like in the newspaper?

You know we should form a company,

give ourselves a name.

Something simple and to the point.

Like Teen Services.

Yeah, that's us, Teen Services. Yea.

The paper's where we should advertise.

We can advertise all the services we can do.

And all the services we can't do.

Of course we could draw posters and put them

up all around town.

Print up cards too.

Remember we only have two weeks to raise

the money, and that means no dates.

Well it's for a darn good cause, so I

think the guys will understand.

What do you think?

They'll understand.

Well guys I don't think we should tell

the guys right away.

Wait till we get it going, like in about,

after the week end.

Good Idea Debbie.

Music playing.

I saw your sign in the window and I'm

here to apply for the job.

You experienced?

Last summer I had a job at the

flower shop.

Yea, so what happened?

Well the owner got a little fresh,

so I quit.

well you're cute, you can't blame

the guy for trying.

I might have been a little hasty.

But, I was younger then, and I need

the money more now.

I think definitely we can

work something out.

You mean I've got the job?

You bet.

When do I start?

The sooner the better.

How about later today?


Oh Mr Greenfeld can I have a job,

can I have a job please?

I have to go to Texas to be a Texas cowgirl,

and we don't have any money.

You got the job, you got the job Debbie.

Do you really mean it?

Oh yes, yes I most certainly do.

So I realize how important this is,

it's the chance of a lifetime, you know.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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