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Hot Body 9: Bikini Ski Trip

Released: May 01st, 1994
Running Time: 60
Directors: Eddie Robayo, John Cross
Company: The Chesapeake Group
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Alternative

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

If you saw Hot Body Video Magazine: Snow Bunnies, you'll recognize this show as its logical companion piece.

Melinda Armstrong-Green of Bikini Summer fame, a lovely woman whose T&A resume is longer than Jeffrey Dahmer's rap sheet, graces the boxcover. Armstrong-Green is among six models featured in this lingerie/bikini/snowcapped sizzler, and, much as I hate to use a cliché in these circumstances, there really isn't a dull moment in this zesty, high-spirited production.

Lensed in Denver, Armstrong-Green and company perform in a real-live bikini contest, and, in addition to their stage routines, are caught in candid moments behind-stage, off-stage and off-guard. Beautiful exteriors, cheesecake posing, flashing, and horseplay all add up to a bright hour's worth of adult entertainment.

I suppose it wouldn't be giving away too many trade secrets to reveal that Tracy Dali (the glam covergirl from Snow Bunnies) wins the bikini contest. This is mentioned merely to tip off the viewer to a major visual treat offered by Tracy at tape's end. This is one hunk of woman, as any aesthete, I'm sure, will agree. Also stars Lisa Comshaw, Heather Autrey and Sandi Butte.


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