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Slip Up

Released: Dec 01st, 2006
Running Time: 77
Director: Roberta Findlay
Company: Caballero
Cast: Darby Lloyd Rains, Alan Marlow, Marc Stevens, Others, Sandy Fox, Ginger Snap, Steve Blackwell, Merry Widow, Jamie Gillis, Lynn Ashley, Eric Edwards
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Golden Age

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Critical Rating: AA

Director Roberta Findlay is credited as "Curtis Cockalot," and each of the characters in this silly early porn entry has a similarly silly name.

Seems nutty scientist Jamie Gillis is in the process of inventing a machine that will give every man on earth an uncontrollable erection, and Lynn Ashley, who spends most of her time strapped into an early version of a love seat, is apparently helping ... mostly by being nude and spread for either Gillis or Steve Blackwell, who frequently sneaks into Gillis' lab for a quick poke.

Darby Lloyd Rains learns of Gillis' plans, and spends much of the movie trying to get someone in authority to listen to her – she approaches military officials and crashes a legislative committee hearing – but in the end, it's a short circuit caused by two lovers that foils the plot.

Yes, there's a fair amount of fucking going on, but none of it's worth commenting on.

Retailing: Mostly for Rains and Gillis completists; its early date may attract some customers.


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Darby Lloyd Rains
Alan Marlow
Marc Stevens
Sandy Fox
Ginger Snap
Steve Blackwell
Merry Widow
Jamie Gillis
Lynn Ashley
Eric Edwards
Roberta Findlay


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