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Wild Innocence

Released: Mar 01st, 1993
Running Time: 74
Director: Paul Norman
Company: Pleasure Productions
Cast: Woody Long, Alexis DeVell, Patricia Kennedy, Shayla (I), Steve Drake, Celeste (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Shayla does a bang-up job of carrying this hot little number. She plays a manipulative bitch who looks and poses as an innocent type, insinuating herself into the household of Woody Long and wife Celeste. Once in, she watches them have sex, teases Woody to distraction, sets up Celeste to cheat with TV repairman Steve Drake, and wields camera and tape recorder with a will to blackmail. She finally ropes Woody into a three-way with her girlfriend Patricia Kennedy, and takes off with her payoffs. E.Z. Ryder picks her up hitchhiking; she fucks him, and steals his truck, taking off for what promise to be more sexy adventures.

Shayla's tight little body is incredible, and a great contrast to Celeste's natural voluptuousness. The sex is terrific, with special note to the palpable heat between Woody and Celeste; the sizzling titfuck and facial in the Drake/Celeste encounter; and the luscious Jacuzzi threeway that proves Woody's downfall, which ends with him in Patricia's tight ass. Shayla is star quality. Good box cover. Watch for the sequel.


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Shayla (I)
Celeste (I)
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