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Screw My Wife, Please 26

Released: Aug 01st, 2002
Running Time: 89
Director: Bobby Rinaldi
Company: Wildlife Productions
Cast: John Strong, Nick Manning, Rod Fontana, Don Hollywood, Tyce Bune, Devlin Weed, Hayes (Erika Kole), Marty Romano, Adam Wood, Dave Cummings
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Swinger-style sex for latent swappers.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Scenes shot in Vegas during the last AEE are the real first adult industry signs of spring and summer. Erika Kole appeals to guys who prefer bespectacled babes and she blows Dave Cummings, gives Don Hollywood and Rod Fontana a dual b.j., and takes it up the ass like a pro. Chantz Fortune gives Marty Romano a sloppy deep throat experience, lap dance, and pelvic pounder while hubby, smiling proudly, watches.

Nature Girl Fujiko Kano is naturally nasty as she does John Strong in an outdoor setting. Anal and a messy facial don't faze her nearby hubby. Similarly, Jewel's husband takes it in stride as Nick Manning gives it to her anally, and Cummings and Adam Wood are blown. All in a day's work. Even Angel Long, who is blindfolded, does just about everything with Tyce Buné and Devlin Weed including a d.p. and dual facial finish.


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