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Evil Woman

Released: Apr 01st, 1991
Running Time: 69
Director: Scotty Fox
Company: Legend Video
Cast: Jeanna Fine, Sandra Scream, Woody Long, Jon Dough, Mike Horner, Heather Hart, Alicyn Sterling
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

I'll try to avoid any obvious jokes about the video's title in referring to my wife.  It actually refers to the type of woman Jon Dough desires.  He wants his quiet wife to be a whore in bed but she's too complacent, seeking a bad girl elsewhere.  Woody Long's bar seems to be the perfect spot to find such nasties as Jeanna Fine, Alicyn Sterling and who else (Sandra Scream).  There's very little humor in this slight video which is in a stark Spinelli style.  The usual Cash Markman gags could have livened up the pace of this pedestrian tale which seemed overlong at 69 minutes.  Sandra Scream is one hunk of woman, but I feat that the Tony Montana/Blondie syndrome is upon us since the only guy she works with is Woody.  This should get old real fast.  As usual, Jeanna Fine is the brightest spot among the tawdry dames and acts accordingly.  Director Fox has wisely put her in three of the five sex scenes.  Good move, okay sexvid.


 

Related Content:

Legend Video
Jeanna Fine
Sandra Scream
Woody Long
Jon Dough
Mike Horner
Heather Hart
Alicyn Sterling
Scotty Fox

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