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Nineteen Video Magazine 41

Released: Aug 01st, 2001
Running Time: 85
Director: Don Marque
Company: Dane Productions
Cast: Monica Peterson, Jack Hammer, Phoenix (I), Dave Hardman, Herschel Savage, Brittany Blue, Violet (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Two very good scenes out of four. The best one stars adorable boxcover teen Violet with Jack Hammer. Hammer's a convicted sex offender who's been summoned by prison psychologist Jon West for jacking off too much. He relates the tale of his masturbatory obsession to West - disgusted by his wrinkled, old wife, he was overcome by the "purity" of babysitter Violet and couldn't help screwing her. You can't really blame him; she's a little blonde doll who smiles sweetly and actually seems to feel the sex, rather than just howling for the camera.

Also worth a look is Brittany Blue in an Amy Fisher-inspired scenario with Herschel Savage doing a disturbingly credible Joey Buttafuoco. Blue's beautiful ass is showcased nicely in the cowgirl position, though there's no anal to complete the picture. The remaining two scenes feature a bored-looking Phoenix tolerating Jay Ashley's attentions, and a forgettable buttfuck between Dave Hardman and Monica Peterson.


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Phoenix (I)
Herschel Savage
Violet (I)
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