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Released: Oct 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: Max H Steiner
Company: Hot Cherry
Cast: Dave Hardman, Sally Layd, Max Sterner, Tim Lake, Jake Williams, Jahne Nickols, Tara (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
The latest in "The Hitch-Hiker" series is another ambitious effort by Max Steiner. The trilogy of lovers on a craggy waterfront, a woman with obedience problems and a sex fiend who has met his match are presented effectively in the Rod Serlingish asides delivered by Tim Lake.
Given the difficult terrain of the briny deep, Max Steiner and Tara put forth an admirable effort. Max realizes he's no Johnny Weissmuller and that his footing, as well as fucking may improve considerably on land. Tara uses her mouth well to assure Max that he's plankton free. The tongue scouring and four finger exploration (he almost lost his diving watch) Max delivers had me looking for the Dramamine. Highlighting this seashore soiree is when Max boards Tara via the stern.
Jhané Nickols has obedience problems that nice guy, Dave Hardman, offers to help her with (what a guy). We soon learn that it's not just her dog she's talking about. Jhané marks her territory by working Dave's fireplug to perfection. Both, the dog and I didn't stop panting. Dave paws her ass and then mounts her like a pit bull (doggie style -- what else?). Great close-ups make this classic anal. Dave marks his territory on her face and she laps it up like it's Gravy Train.
Another damsel in distress. Sally Layd, who is lost, is kidnapped by sex fiend Jake Williams. Poor Jake didn't know what hit him. Little ol' Sally doesn't need much prodding to be a willing victim. Profanity assists with the intensity of this duo. When Sally goes down on Jake he is definitely a hardened criminal. Some very intense, awesome anal. I hope Sally gets lost in my neighborhood.
We all know Rocky II didn't compare to the original but if Sly would've called Max Steiner things may have been different. Steiner, has done it again. Salty Dog is a keeper and belongs on your shelf.