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Pretty Peaches

Released: Jan 01st, 1979
Running Time: 82
Director: Alex deRenzy
Company: VCA
Cast: Mimi Morgan, Tuck Lyon, Desiree Cousteau, Kristine Heller, Eileen Welles, Nancy Hoffman, Juliet Anderson, Joey Silvera, Paul Thomas, John Leslie
Critical Rating: AAAAA
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: AAAAA

Everything comes together in this erotic gem. Desiree Cousteau plays a beautiful but dizzy young girl, Peaches, who gets in an accident and loses her memory. She can still talk and fuck, but she doesn't know her name, where she lives and who owns her car. A couple of guys show up and offer to help Peaches find herself. They drive her off, find a place to fuck, then drop her off at a quacky proctologist. The doctor says he can revive her memory with an enema, creating one of the most spectacular moments in the history of porn. (Some tapes have this scene cut out). Meanwhile, the girl's father is expecting her at his wedding with his new bride, but she doesn't show; so he heads out to find her, and does, at a swing party. Alex DeRenzy is really a bathroom humorist. He can tell a pretty good dirty joke, and the show's full of them, visual puns as well as witty one-liners. The intrigue here is Cousteau, whose charm, sexuality and allure never dims for a second.


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