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Black Bad Girls 7

Released: Aug 01st, 2001
Running Time: 85
Director: David Christopher
Company: Feline Films
Distribution Companies: Legend
Cast: Dave Hardman, Kyle Stone (I), Guy DiSilva, Cashmere (I), Lexi (I), Pat Myne, David Christopher, Naughty Girl, Mr. Pete, Rick Masters, Kitten (I), Sierra (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

The power struggle for the all-important title of Pussyman Casting Director continues. Dave Hardman tries to impress the P-man by bringing in newcomers Cashmere and Naughty Girl; the ensuing threesome is satisfying if not exceptional. Pat Myne makes his bid for the job in a poolside suck-off with Kitten, whose noisy slobbering segues into a tight anal squeeze. Top-heavy Sierra does a fine job servicing the tag team of Rick Masters and Kyle Stone, but statuesque Lexi emerges as the most appealing of the ladies in her closing scene. Sadly, she goes no further than a masturbation show and a blowjob. Hopefully, this hot contender will return for the next riveting BBG installment.


 

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Dave Hardman
Mr. Pete
Pat Myne
Guy DiSilva
Kitten (I)
Naughty Girl
Lexi (I)
Kyle Stone (I)
Rick Masters
David Christopher
Cashmere (I)
Sierra (I)
David Christopher

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