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Released: Jan 01st, 1996
Running Time: 88
Director: Austin Ellison
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Brittany Andrews, Busty Brittany, Jessica James, Asia Carrera, Dallas (I), Tony Tedeschi
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Film

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In 1952, a film-noir appeared called Scandal Street, based on a novel by Samuel Fuller. The plot concerned two maverick reporters for a sleazy tabloid who both, while investigating a murder, learn that their editor might in fact be the perpetrator of the grisly crime. Scandal brilliantly updates the story into a porno movie, maintaining the sharp suspense while still providing an atmospheric and sweltering display of sexual couplings.

Asia Carrera (in the role originated by Donna Reed) turns in a convincing performance as the jaded lesbian reporter who begins unearthing clues, and Joey Silvera (in John Derek's role) again exhibits Hall of Fame promise as a photographer hot on Asia's gorgeous tail.

Jessica James and Tedeschi engage in a pretzel-twisted office screw, and Asia shares an anonymous encounter with Dallas in the dressing room of a skid row strip club, only to invite Silvera's cock into their web of pussy-rubbed love. Add a Twin Peaks-ish modern jazz score, and you have a tension-ridden treat that positively screams Couples' Choice.


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Dallas (I)
Brittany Andrews
Jessica James
Asia Carrera
Tony Tedeschi
Busty Brittany
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