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Dirty Newcummers 2

Released: Jun 01st, 2000
Running Time: 85
Director: Bobby Rinaldi
Company: Wildlife Productions
Cast: Valentino (I), Brandon Iron, Edd (I), Herschel Savage, Leada Mae, Tavalia Griffin, Silva, Maeva Exel, Caroline (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Pro-Am

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Interesting concept: viewers are encouraged to respond and vote on their favorite newcummers as sexy hostess Brooke Hunter introduces and plays with these hot imports as scene lead-ins.

Listing them as "brand new babes" pushes credibility, though, as girls like Tavalia Griffin, Caroline Cage and some of the others have been around for a while. Fortunately, a fun feeling still prevails.

Tavalia takes on and rides The Hersch in a sweaty scene. French lass Maeva Exel cuts loose in her first on-camera anal with Edd. Brandon Iron has a blast with Leada Mae and likewise enters her back door. When Caroline Cage is asked if this is her first time in front of the camera, she replies, "Yeah, sure.... " Yeah, right. Valentino didn't mind, as she probably gave the same answer when asked if he could do her in the ass. Sheila, barely 18, is incredibly cute and makes a perfect fit when she takes on Mark Anthony in an interracial effortless effort.


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Wildlife Productions
Valentino (I)
Edd (I)
Leada Mae
Maeva Exel
Brandon Iron
Herschel Savage
Tavalia Griffin
Caroline (I)
Bobby Rinaldi


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