The bawdy adventures of two Australian pilots working for Banana Airlines, a small low-rent South Pacific airline, as they cavort around the South Pacific.
Paul (Robin Stewart of Bless This House fame) is a wildly successful womaniser, leaving conquests at every port while Martin (Graeme Blundell) is sad and lonely in his search for true love.
Martin suffers from an odd affliction which means that every time he’s about to have sex he has a sneezing fit and loses his erection.
Their shapely stewardesses are Sally (Deborah Gray) and Mandy (Alyson Best). Paul is engaged (and unfaithful) to both of them!
The Pacific Banana crew end up at the island sex resort of Candy Bubbles (Luan Peters), where well-endowed Candy and her gang of sexy female employees try to “cure” Martin.
At the same time, Martin is pursued by his employer’s nubile, pig-tailed daughter, Julia (Helen Hemingway), who follows him around like a puppy dog.
Filmed on location in Tahiti, Pacific Banana features absolutely gorgeous scenery . . . and bare breasts. The campy narration from Noel Ferrier is truly dire and sounds like it was added as an afterthought.
Graeme Blundell was cast in this bawdy comedy based on his very popular Alvin Purple screen persona in the 1970s Australian sex comedies.
It wants to come up, up, up
It always goes down, down, down
You don’t want to stop, stop, stop
No fun when you’re around
Your love life, it’s in a fix
Your love life, it has no kicks
But Candy may do the trick
Sir Harry Blandings
John D. Lamond