Released: Mar 01st, 1995
Running Time: 95
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Klimaxxx Productions
Cast: Sindee Coxx, Tera Heart, T.T. Boy, Steven St. Croix, Tony Tedeschi, Melissa Hill, Vanessa Chase
Critical Rating: AAAA
How's this for a new olympic event -- Testicle Flexing. T.T. Boy can do it, and it's only one of the many impressive aspects of this vid.
Melissa Hill is a salesclerk with ambition. She shares her aspirations to window dresserdom with her boss (Tony Tedeschi), and he agrees to give her an opportunity -- but only at night. Co-worker Tera Heart attempts to convince Tony of her worth to the store with some extremely enthusiastic sex containing much assplay. Tony sticks two fingers up her butt as she moans him on, then slowly slides his dick into her rectum in a closer-than-close close-up. Tera's verbosity contrasts nicely with Tony's near-silence.
Since all Melissa's ideas are inspired by her dreams, mannequins T.T. Boy and Vanessa Chase come to life as she sleeps. Vanessa's perky tits look fantastic; would that her hairdo inspire similar awe. Those laquered curls... The two do a reverse cowgirl that focuses on T.T.'s aforementioned ball-flexing talents and an impressive thorough browneye-probing with excellent slow insertion shots.
The mannequins come to life at midnight, and T.T. makes Melissa observe a girl/girler with Vanessa and Sindee Coxx. Even if it didn't have the burden of following T.T.'s Sack Tricks it wouldn't be anything too exciting, but Sindee's cute. The now-fleshed mannequins freak Melissa out so badly that she flees to a coffee bar (hey, it's the '90's), which leads to a tryst with bartender Steven St. Croix. Their wonderful doggie (sans the faux-orgasmic shrieks; bless you Mr. Director) leaves Mel unsatisfied, so Steven purrs, "Now it's your turn to cum." and the set-up transitions beautifully to a three-way with Tera, Melissa and Steven. Tera is characteristically over-the-top, but she's so pretty and sexy that it's forgivable, especially when she laps Steven's jizz off Melissa's face.
Ordinarily this would be a fade-out end, but we've got a Cash Markman screenplay here, and that means an actual ending (gasp) to the story. Turns out Sensitive Steve is really one of the mannequins and dresses the others himself, garnering much praise for Melissa. I'll reserve mine for the cast and crew, with a special commendation for T.T. and his riveting rack.