Located in: Home > Movies > Prairie Gals

Prairie Gals

Released: Oct 01st, 1995
Running Time: 52
Director: Ruby Kaye
Company: Night Video
Cast: Kaylan Nicole, Christiana Miller, Selena (I), Taylor Hayes, Rebecca Lord
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Alternative

Popular Rating Average:
My Rating:
Please log in to rate. Don't have a free account? Register now!

Buy DVD Watch Online



Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

Grubby days on the open trail, tingly camp fires and the lingering aroma of acrid coyote piss. Boy, it's sure good to get out of them thar clothes.

Prairie Gals is a relentless pretty, western-accented strip-a-thon featuring the longest gun duel on record between Chasey Lain and Selena. The setting is a lesbian cowtown and nearly every imaginable horse opera cliché gets worked into this lively, body worshipping rodeo. The visual highlight features a strip poker game spearheaded by Kaylan Nicole that involves practically every member of the cast (sooner or later); and, judging by the marquee value, this tape puts its brand squarely on the rump of the XXX fan. Speaking of rumps, the camerawork is noteworthy for its loving posterior fixation – a point to bear in mind when loading up the ol' bunkhouse for your butt-loving ranch hands.

How bananas work their way into a western vignette is anyone's guess, but cute Kaylan makes it work. On top of that, music influenced by everyone from Ennio Morricone to Z.Z. Top makes this a rootin'-tootin' winner.


Related Content:

Night Video
Kaylan Nicole
Selena (I)
Taylor Hayes
Rebecca Lord
Christiana Miller
Ruby Kaye


Please log in to comment.
Don't have a free account? Become a member!

By participating you agree to our Privacy Policy & the AVN "Be Kind Policy"
and represent that you are not under the age of 18.

International Business Times Talks to Leaders in Trans Porn
Trans500 Releases New Title, Wraps 'Kaitlyn Gender'
Seymore Butts Is Back With 'Tushy Anyone 2'
Former Star Brooklyn Blue Axed From 'X Factor' Auditions
David Stanley Returns to Director’s Chair With ‘Just the Two of Us’