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Take It Inside

Released: Aug 01st, 1995
Running Time: 83
Director: Mitch Spinelli
Company: Pepper Productions
Cast: Dallas (I), Tom Byron, Sid Deuce, Brooke Waters, Kirsty Waay, Jay Ashley, Stacey Nichols
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Alex Sanders dies at the end. Not to spoil the suspense, but the preceding plot makes so little sense that perhaps this will help viewers to grasp the final sequences when the story finally coalesces.

Tenant Brook Waters tongue worships Tom Byron and gyrates athletically on his face before a graceful backflip. (Hot reverse and regular cowgirl). Janitor Jay Ashley tangles with the extremely cute and responsive Kirsty Waay ("Take it inside, toilet man!"), Vince Vouter and Dallas have a gratifying cowgirl that focuses on Dallas' well-upholstered cheeks, and maintenance man Alex takes the time to unclog boxcover girl Sid Deuce's pipes with a solid multi-positional screw. It's a pity that all the girls (and Tom) keep their assholes locked tighter than Bobby Beausoleil's prison cell.

Five facials, with Jay Ashley's multiple, dainty spurts into Kirsty's gaping mouth a true vision, makes Take It Inside a very stockable commodity.


 

Related Content:

Pepper Productions
Dallas (I)
Tom Byron
Sid Deuce
Brooke Waters
Kirsty Waay
Jay Ashley
Stacey Nichols
Mitch Spinelli

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