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The Quick and The Hard

Released: Nov 01st, 1999
Running Time: 87
Director: Bud Lee
Company: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Alec Metro, Steve Hatcher, Ian Daniels, Johnni Black, Randy Spears, Shanna McCullough, Cheyenne Silver, Chloe (I), Barrett Moore, Anita Cannibal
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Clever variation on The Magnificent Seven reworked for a porn budget (three of the Seven are MIA) and climaxing with The Magnificent Four fucking their way through the banditos, getting the drop on them and sending them away sans gun belts, sans clothing, sans everything but their hats and their horses.  (Okay, it ain't John Wayne back-shooting Lee Marvin to save Jimmy Stewart's greenhorn ass, but even John Ford couldn't pull that one off twice.)

Six sex scenes, including the three-simultaneous-scene finisher and a four-girl go-round.  Shanna McCullough makes the most of her tough-talkin' gambling woman. Pre-nom for acting.  Pre-noms also for George Kaplan's script and Barry Wood's first-rate camerawork (with a serious assist from Ron Vogel's masterful lighting).  The anonymous editor who interweaved the three sex scenes together at the end also deserves a pre-nom: Kindly advance and be recognized.


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Chloe (I)
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