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Madam X

Released: Mar 01st, 1992
Running Time: 75
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Hollywood Video
Cast: Randy West, Melanie Moore, T.T. Boy, Malia, Mimi Miyagi, Anisa
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

That's funny, Mimi Miyagi doesn't look 8018 years old, as she tells us during her opening liaison with an unseen stud...nor do I think anyone cares as long as she's good in the sack, which she is.  She plays the newest employee of a co-op geisha house managed by Anisa.  Other employees are Melanie Moore and newcomer Malia.  All the sex is quite hot, particularly Melanie Moore and Malia doing each other and an uncredited guy.  Also, don't miss Anisa's anal scene with Randy West, as Mimi and Malia help out.  The only trouble with this tape is, you have to ignore some pretty stupid ethnic slurs interspersed between the hot action.  (The ladies apparently don't mind it.  In fact, it's all they can do to keep from laughing at the pseudo-oriental dialect during the Randy West scene.)  If you're into tapes featuring mostly oriental women - and I think Malia counts if we stretch a point - this is the one for you.  The sultry look of the boxcover should attract plenty of customers.


 

Related Content:

Hollywood Video
T.T. Boy
Mimi Miyagi
Randy West
Melanie Moore
Malia
Anisa
Henri Pachard

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