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Nymph Fever

Released: Sep 01st, 1999
Running Time: 71
Director: Jerome Tanner
Company: Legend Videl
Cast: Lexington Steele, Nick East, Dolly Golden, Jewel Valmont, Ian Daniels, J.J. Michaels, Cheyenne Silver, Charmane Star, Randy West, Barett Moore
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

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Fans of the performers, those who enjoy a wee bit of religious nose tweaking and just a touch of plot should enjoy this little sex romp

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Critical Rating: AAAA

What an amazingly silly concept and unexpectedly delightful video. Poor Charmane Star is burning with lust and must be satisfied, so she and her gal pal somehow smuggle themselves into the local military barracks so she can boink her two boyfriends. But it's not her fault, see. It's "nymph fever" spreading through the country, producing sexual urges beyond mere human self-control. The fever affects the general, the attorney general (in a gorgeous interracial scene complete with skin-tingling orgasmic bellow), the president and even the esteemed Reverend Jerry Baldwell. Those who like their sex sacrilegious will lubricate copiously when Randy West tells Charmane to avoid the "slippery pole of sin" by praising his "rod and staff." Lots of very sexy fun.


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