Released: Jun 01st, 1993
Running Time: 85
Company: VCA Platinum
Cast: Jake Williams, Tiffany Mynx, Chanel (I), Alex Jordan, Tony Tedeschi, Justin Case, Mona Lisa (III)
Critical Rating: AAA
A case of mistaken identity is the premise for The Good, The Bad and The Nasty, a kind of neo-western, set in a tough town run by tough guys who specialize in riding lawmen out on a rail. Jake Williams, one of the baddies, rasps an awful lot like Tom Waits. For his contribution to the arts, Williams rates an opening threeway with Tiffany Mynx and Chanel that results in body configurations that are easy to enjoy but too tough to describe who's exactly doing what to whom.
The other town baddie (it's a small town), Justin Case, twangs like a Southern idiot and enjoys a doggie scene with bar girl Mona Lisa. Enter gun slinger without a gun, Tony Tedeschi. Thinking that Tedeschi's the infamous Snake McGraw, folk stay clear of him. Chewing a stogie, Tedeschi does a great Clint Eastwood voice but in poncho, stubble and straw looks more like a lettuce picker from Sonora than a high plains drifter. Tedeschi pairs up with Mynx in a scene that's one-half snoozathon (you'd swear he was selling her life insurance), buts picks up steam when he starts poking three fingers up her ass. Tony's later scene with barmaid Alex Jordan features loads of butt worship and roaming fingers making it probably the best matchup in the feature.
The resolution gets REALLY stupid with Tony practically turning into Gilda Radner's Lisa Loopner, but the sex and excellent production qualities makes this show worth checking out.