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Black Knockers 39 & 40

Released: Jul 01st, 1998
Running Time: 77, 80
Director: Me Mo Nasty
Company: Visual Images
Distribution Companies: Legend Video
Cast: Kitten (I), Dave Hardman, Lennox, Notorious D, Byron Long, Scandaless, Aiko, Tony Eveready, Buck Adams, Johnny Thrust (I), Champagne
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: All-Sex

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Average black videos with busty gals who range from beautiful to downright porky.

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

Lennox steals the show in Vol. 39 with her casual comments and actions prior to and during her on-camera audition with Tony Eveready, as Buck Adams takes notes on their performance. She does work up a sweat! Also seen are two plumpers and another gal who fails for the casting couch routine with Adams as the letch.

The casting call continues in Vol. 40, as Lil' Asss provides a head-bobbin' blowjob with more energy than most women expend in an entire scene. She also shines while doing it doggie, where she does all the moving; and lucky Notorious D just stands there and lets her work it. Johnny Thrust and Kitten are okay as well, but watching Byron Long and heavyweight Batasia is almost too much for the scales to bear. Champagne finishes the video and gets in a long fuck, riding Dave Hardman to an impressive conclusion.


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Legend Video
Visual Images
Dave Hardman
Notorious D
Kitten (I)
Johnny Thrust (I)
Buck Adams
Byron Long
Tony Eveready
Me Mo Nasty


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