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Ecstasy

Released: Sep 01st, 2000
Running Time: 80
Director: Don Hollywood
Company: Wildlife Productions
Cast: Lance Romance, Ryan Conner, Aurora (I), Don Hollywood, Nevada Blue, Tony Tedeschi, Julian St. Jox, Brooke Hunter, Heather Lyn
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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SYNOPSIS

Should do very well in the general adult section.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Here's the birthday party theme with sex as the implied "present." Brooke begins by breaking the cardinal rule of pool owners: Don't pee in the pool. Fortunately, this doesn't deter Tony Tedeschi's libido in the least as their outdoor fuckfest attests prior to his eventual shooting on her ass.

A threesome with Brooke, Heather Lyn and Nevada Blue in the pool is enhanced with heavy finger and oral action, face-sitting and dildo-plunging. For interracial fans the frolic between Julian St. Jox and busty Ryan Connor is quite watchable, and includes anal-fingering and a no-hands b.j. Aurora enjoys things ever-messier as she is literally stuffed with food in a kitchen, to be, er, eaten out by her hungry male friend. Last up is Brooke, again, and she excels at ball-sucking and anal with Don Hollywood.


 

Related Content:

Wildlife Productions
Julian St. Jox
Lance Romance
Aurora (I)
Nevada Blue
Brooke Hunter
Ryan Conner
Don Hollywood
Tony Tedeschi
Heather Lyn
Don Hollywood

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