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Released: Oct 01st, 1991
Running Time: 79
Director: Robert McCallum
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Peter North, Lorraine Day, Victoria Paris, T.T. Boy, Viper (I), Mercedez, Barbie Dahl, Courtney (I) (Russian), Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

The really unusual thing about the video is that eight sex scenes are crammed into an average length feature. The secret is their running time: None of them are allowed to drag on. Of course, five of the eight have nothing whatever to do with the story. At one point, Victoria puts her ear to the wall, which gives the editor the opportunity to stick in a scene with Viper and two black guys. The best of Victoria's three unclothed appearances is her first one with North. It mixes lust and tenderness, and really shows why she's a star. Mix My Fair Lady with Born Yesterday, eliminate all the wit and cleverness of those two classics, and you have North, who is bored with his life. He has evidently already read to the end of the script. T.T. Boy bets him that he can't turn bedraggled Victoria into a cultured lady. About the only attempt at humor in this lifeless mess has Vicky dropping peaos off her fork – not exactly a knee-slapper of a situation.

Hopefully, she'll continue to be so in better vehicles than this one.


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Western Visuals
Peter North
Lorraine Day
Victoria Paris
T.T. Boy
Viper (I)
Barbie Dahl
Courtney (I) (Russian)
Ron Jeremy
Robert McCallum


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