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Models, Etc.

Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 75
Director: Rob King
Company: Las Vegas Video
Cast: Sindee Coxx, Sally Layd, David Hardman, Debi Diamond, Olivia (I), Valentino (I), Rich Roberts, Tony Martino
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Sindee Coxx is a model about to break into the big time. Her boyfriend/manager (the much-tattooed Rich Roberts) finds himself a meal ticket in Sindee – not to mention a place to park his pork, as he does in the opening scene. Sally Layd is a leading agent for models and offers to make Tony Martino tops in the field if he'll just lay back and let himself be ravaged by the horny Ms. Layd. Of course, he complies; who wouldn't? Meanwhile, back at the studio, photographer Debi Diamond can't keep her hands off Valentino, a sleepy-eyed type who is supposed to be a male supermodel in this show. Debi is also worked over by her assistant, David Hardman in what is not only the show's best scene, but worthy of an early pre-nomination.

Not so essential to the plot, but apparently essential to the genre, is the lesbian scene, this time featuring Sindee and bosomy Olivia. It's not bad and should satisfy those who can't do without such a scene. But keep your eye on Sindee; she's the star and will be seen in tons of features over the next few months.


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Olivia (I)
Rich Roberts
Sindee Coxx
David Hardman
Valentino (I)
Tony Martino
Sally Layd
Debi Diamond
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