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Where Did the Other Scene Come From?

Over the weekend, I reported that No Boundaries has released a movie titled Anal Angels #2 which features an exact scene from a previous Metro movie titled Stick Up. Bridgette Kerkove directed the No Boundaries movie and how the Metro scene wound up in the No Boundaries movie is explained in the article.

But this isn’t the first time scenes have magically appeared from nowhere in Bridgette Kerkove movies.

I reported two months ago that on March 31, 2005, Metro director Kerkove shot a big busted feature for Metro’s More Than a Handful series where, again, she only got four scenes done. Metro director Kerkove had made a boast at Metro that she could shoot a feature better than Michael Adams. However she failed in the attempt.

The fourth scene turned put to be a disaster, and Metro director Kerkove’s behavior was becoming increasingly erratic as well. So much so, that the home owner, who had rented out his house to porn on at least 700 occasions, was so appalled by Kerkove’s behavior he kicked her off the property. He had taken verbal abuse all through the day, and the crew members were rolling their eyes over some of the things being said by her.

To make matters worse, Metro director Kerkove had been complaining that it was a fucked up location to begin with and went so far to say that Skeeter Kerkove paid Dennis Morgan $1,000 to get her a location to make her look bad. She even made those comments at the time to a number of crew members including R. Dog and camera man Jake Jacobs. Metro director Kerkove had told Morgan that she wanted a location that would be her as close to her house as possible. She was living in Porter Ranch.

Many in the business would recognize this porn location as the one with the volley ball court in the backyard with the sandpit. Morgan has said that Metro director Kerkove would not look at the location even when the opportunity was offered to do so.

Adding to the absurdity of this plot, was the fact that during the shoot, Skeeter was called and told that Metro director Kerkove’s crew members were being attacked by the home owner. Metro director Kerkove would also comment to lighting guy R. Dog that she should have a body guard from now on, on her sets.

Consequently, the fourth scene had to be re-shot another day leaving Kerkove still one scene short. To make up for that scene, Kerkove obtained one that was shot by Skeeter Kerkove a year earlier during the HIV crisis. It was a scene featuring Big Bob, Reno and Nicki Hunter. However Metro director Kerkove again took credit for shooting the scene and pocketed some more cash from Metro. Her paperwork states that she paid Hunter, Bob and Reno for that fifth scene. But they were never compensated except on paper.

So obvious was the lifting of Skeeter’s signature scene, which bears no resemblance to the ones Metro director Kerkove shot March 31, the intro featuring Skeeter had to be edited out.

So, if you’ve been keeping score, Metro paid twice for the same scene.



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