Released: Nov 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: Mitchell Spinelli
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: Sahara Sands, Bianca Trump, Asia Carrera, Sally Layd, Jon Dough, Isis Nile, Misty Rain, Reverend Parsons, Letha Weapons, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
What probably began as a clever concept winds up a disappointment. The Mountie is poorly written and (at best) fairly shot and acted. Don't let the box cover fool you, there is mounting, but none of the Canadian variety.
Jon Dough's lost on his way to work (believable concept) when he encounters a Smoky The Bear cap-wearing, pistol-toting Letha Weapons. Once she gets him in her sights it's all over. Letha may be preparing for a career in the 900-business because she seems to have phoned this performance in. In less than spectacular fashion she swaps spit, sucks dick and is 'mounted' before she saunters off into the sunset.
The nomadic Dough now encounters three bikini clad bods (we know how many lap pools there are in the Rockies). Three good (not great) performances by Misty Rain, Sally Layd and Sahara Sands. A few nice camera angles as the girls twist and tongue each other and make use of "The Dove" vibrator.
Serving as the proverbial Elmers glue that loosely holds the sex together, Jon introduces us to Asia Carrera (briefly accompanied by hyena-like Louis G.) and Jonathan Morgan. The scenic terrain makes for a nice backdrop for the curvaceous Carrera. A nicely framed blow job and some good hard, loud humping ensues.
After failing to awake Jon, country bumpkins, Bianca Trump and Alex Sanders go for a bounce in the barn. The pair nicely munch on each other's vittles, and Alex uses his pitchfork to bale her hay.
There's a natural chemistry that doesn't quite reach it's full potential.
Isis Nile's tongue tangos nicely upon Jon's dangling dance floor. What follows has a catchy beat but they just can't seem to dance to it. Not surprisingly, janitor Jon awakens to realize it's been a bad dream.
Given the natural abilities of most of the talent. The Mountie, unfortunately, doesn't always get its man.