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San Fernando Jones and the Temple of Poon

Released: Sep 01st, 2000
Running Time: 85
Director: Mike Quasar
Company: Metro Blue Movies
Cast: Brian Surewood, Mark Davis, Dolly Golden, Kianna, Wendi Knight, Ron Jeremy, Jade Marcella, Miko Lee, Tabitha Stevens, Tina Cheri, Mark Cummings, Heather Lyn
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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A good old-fashioned sex parody.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Decent spoofs are few and far between, and Ron Jeremy proves to be more than adept at simultaneously lampooning himself and others. In this early-'80s-style video he plays himself as Jones, from San Fernando by way of Indiana, on a quest for the Temple of Poon. Jeremy goes for all the gags usually associated with his persona, including an indulgence in food, inside-the-industry stuff, and sexual one-liners.

During his journey he runs across a nurse giving her patient nitrous-oxide-and-blowjob "suction therapy." Elsewhere, Jade Marcella gets into a d.p. during a foursome, Dolly Golden and Heather Lyn double up on their dude, Tina Cheri and Wendi Knight jump Mark Davis' bones, and more.

Finally, Jeremy discovers the Temple of Poon and claims his prize: Tabitha Stevens. He does her, and immediately after the pop shot she tells him to leave and requests her check. Poor Ron. Quite humorous.


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