Released: Jul 01st, 1993
Running Time: 76
Director: F J Lincoln
Cast: Tom Byron, Cash (I), Porsche Lynn, Mark Davis, Blake Palmer, Debt Diamond, Johnny Mercury, Tony Tedeschi
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Kelly O'Dell is worried that her girlfriend Cash hasn't called recently, so she takes boyfriend Mark Davis to the big city to look for the wandering babe. But after a really hot coupling between the two on their hotel balcony — look for Kelly to do a standing reverse cowgirl on Mark, who's leaning against the balcony rail, leading to a facial ending — Kelly gets mysterious notes slipped under her door, which lead her deeper and deeper into Cash's new secret life.
From then on, Kelly finds herself on rooftops, in dark alleys and finally in Tom Byron's sexy boudoir as she tracks the clues to her friend's whereabouts. On the way, we're treated to the ultra-sexy Debi Diamond in a silver lame dress which she teasingly strips off for Tom Byron before he takes her anally, and later, punk-looking Tony Tedeschi and Porsche Lynn 69 each other in an alley before Tony gives her dimples a cream rinse. Finally, Kelly learns the real joys of sex in a threeway with Tom and Cash.
One problem with this feature (aside from the nearly meaningless title) is that its star is practically out of control, acting-wise. Certainly, Kelly's character is meant to appear naive — but not completely juvenile, as comes across here. However, this is so significantly above most of the features Fred Lincoln has turned out recently, notably in the art direction department, that I was surprised — until I saw that Michael Craig was the video tech. That explains a lot. Market this in your growing Kelly O'Dell section and you won't go wrong.