Debbie Does Dallas is a famous 1978 pornographic movie starring Bambi Woods and Christie Ford (appearing under the name of Misty Winter). The plot of the film focuses on a team of cheerleaders attempting to earn enough money to send the title character to Dallas, Texas, to try out for the famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleading squad. It had the fictional name "Cowgirls," but it was seen as a take on the real-life Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Each girl finds that she can make extra money during her after school job by having a sexual encounter with her employer.
Debbie Does Dallas is also very memorable for its soundtrack music. Over the years, the puzzle of who composed and played the background music has entertained many a film viewer. Some of the background music comes from a British vinyl LP, titled "Heavy Group Activity/Light Group Activity" by the English musicians "Midas Touch". "Midas Touch" were in fact, an in-house group that produced background music for the television and film industry, during the 1970's. The "Heavy Group Activity/Light Group Activity" LP, was released in England during 1974. It had a catalogue number of ESL128 and was pressed by the Standard Music Library. It is notable that this Midas Touch album's release was well before Debbie Does Dallas, which itself premiered around five years later. Although the album itself contains 16 tracks, just 5 however are used to great effect for the film. They are, "Dad's A Peregrinator", "Sulphur Flowers", "Harvey", "Tea At Ronnies" and also the track, "Doodles".
Other music includes a stock piece of marching band music used on the titles and an uplifting version of the track "I want to Live" (aka Plaisir D'Amour) by Jean Bouchety from his 1971 vinyl album "The Rhythms,Sounds & Melodies Of Jean Bouchety". This was released on Major Minor Records, again from England, with a catalogue number of SMLP60.