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Girls Will Be Boys 4

Released: May 01st, 1992
Running Time: 79
Director: Duck Dumont
Company: Pleasure Productions
Cast: Barbi Doll, Holly Ryder, Courtney (I) (Russian), Leilani, Brigette Aime, Candace Heart, Kym Wilde, Chessie Moore, Saki
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Not since the Wyatt Earp scene in Cheyenne Autumn won the award for “Scene That Has Nothing To Do With The Rest Of The Picture” has there been anything to match this feature. It starts out nicely with Kym Wilde running some sort of school for sex toy salesladies. They have to learn how to play with the things themselves before they’re qualified to go out and try to sell them. There are a number of very nice and occasionally unusual scenes, such as Kym and Nina Hartley on the phone with each other as they each whack off. Or the Barbi Doll/Saki/Leilani/Courtney group scene with some partner switching. But in the middle of that one, somebody edited in an unbilled Holly Ryder and Chessie Moore scene taken from who-knows-where that has nothing to do with anything. Why? Wasn’t the feature long enough? While I like both ladies, it was quite disconcerting and confusing. In any event, this is a good lesbo show with a big cast and should do quite well, as have the others in this series. Market them together.


Related Content:

Pleasure Productions
Barbi Doll
Candace Heart
Chessie Moore
Holly Ryder
Brigette Aime
Kym Wilde
Courtney (I) (Russian)
Duck Dumont


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