Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 80
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Jordan Lee, Colt Stele, Tiffany Munx, T.T. Boy, Chasey Lain, Amanda Addam, Lindsay May
Critical Rating: AAAA
Chasey Lain has a dilemma. Colt Steele, her soft-voiced boy toy, is working so much she feels unfulfilled. So she enlists the services of another toy; yep, the battery operated kind. During this self-help therapy, she takes us on a learning experience back to 1958.
Once there, Chasey is confronted with the sexual repression of the era. Her first experience involves her two friends, Tiffany Mynx and newcomer Lindsey May, and the powers of seduction. Donning a poodle skirt, Lain seduces the two femmes into an all-girl sexual frenzy that is sure to be the talk of their little town. Meanwhile, a penniless Jordan Lee's car is on the fritz and mechanics Stephen St. Croix and T.T. Boy arrange a barter. Yep, fifty bucks sure went a long way back then! Both fellas get their share of the scene-stealing sexual dynamo.
Continuing her mission, Lain convinces waitress Amanda Addams to go after the man she wants. The diner becomes a playground of pleasure and, golly, Beav, the fiery redhead sure is hungry for St. Croix's "tip." That's gratuity for ya. Later, T.T. Boy and Mynx stir it up in Lain's kitchen, while Lain and Steele rectify their problems. The poor guy has been working so hard because he needed some extra cash for the heart-shaped diamond he bought Lain.
Chasin' The Fifties has a satisfying story with hot action that's sure to be a top seller.