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Sexy Woman is the credit name for Rebecca Ferratti's character in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. She is seen in the end of the opening story of the movie.

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective[edit | edit source]

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Ace Ventura Pet Detective Best scene Jim Carrey Rebecca Ferratti

Sexy woman hires Ace Ventura to get her dog back from her boyfriend, who took her dog as payment after a break up. She excitedly greets the dog, as it tries to lick her cleavage. As she sets the dog down, she sees Ace impatiently waiting for his payment. She struts over to him, complimenting him and asks how she can repay him. He proceeds to go off about the damages to his car, dinner, and other menial things he wants. But, she pulls him into an impassioned kiss, and asks rather if she can take his pants off instead. As she patiently waits, he ponders sarcastically on this proposal, simply saying "sure" to it. She immediately gets on her knees and unzips his pants, to give him cartoonish blowjob, as Ace holds on for life on a pole on the ceiling, receiving his reward.

 Conquest Appeal[edit | edit source]

Ferratti plays a sultry woman, who has a very curvy hour glass figure. She wears a short blue crop top, over a black bra, with the ends tied together to hold her busty breasts and expose her mid riff. She as well wears heels and white shorts, that expose her long legs. She is shown to manipulate Ace, to rather give him pleasure then money, due to her either wanting to pay or wanting him due to an actual physical attraction.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name credited in the movie, is 'Sexy Woman'
  • The director, Tom Shadyac, has stated she was his favorite cameo in the movie
  • In a deleted scene, it is implied that Ace and her would have gone on to have sex, many times, after scene prior. Though filmed, it was never added into the movie, and only a few stills were recovered.

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