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Old Guys & Dolls 1 & 2

Released: Jan 01st, 1996
Running Time: 77, 86
Director: Duck Dumont
Company: Pleasure Productions
Cast: Jennifer Walters, Nicki (I), Dave Cummings, Rebel Dean, Steve Powers, Walter Electric, Rod Fontana, Karessa Chang, Lee Tree, Jennifer Walter, Michelle Shade, Tashi Moy, Louie Herstein, Albert Path, Bob Talmadge, Joe Roberts
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

If you're an older guy, I suppose these tapes are easier to vicariously insert into than scenes starring Alex Sanders or T.T. Boy. Both feature their share of cute young girls we haven't seen much elsewhere, and are certainly respectable entries in the "gray bang" genre.

The highlights of #1 are black beauty Rachel St. Marie (does she ever turn in a lukewarm scene?), and a muscular chick sporting a huge clit (who's previously billed herself as Angie Santini). #2 has Cummings being pussy-vacuumed by perky brunette Rebel Dean, and a sleazy older dude working up a sweat with a gorgeous, natural-breasted blonde.

Not exactly everyone's cup of tea, and #2 lacks two cum shots, but stockable if oldster porn is popular in your store.


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Pleasure Productions
Jennifer Walters
Nicki (I)
Dave Cummings
Rebel Dean
Steve Powers
Walter Electric
Rod Fontana
Karessa Chang
Lee Tree
Jennifer Walter
Michelle Shade
Tashi Moy
Louie Herstein
Albert Path
Bob Talmadge
Joe Roberts
Duck Dumont


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