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Released: May 01st, 1992
Running Time: 81
Director: Robert McCallum
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Dallas (I), Julian St. Jox, Tom Byron, Lynn LeMay, Nikki Sinn, Ashley Dunn, Saki, Cal Jammer
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Western Visuals, as evidenced by recent releases such as Victoria’s Secret Life and now Jugsy, seems to be returning to the heyday it enjoyed back in 1986-’87 when “Tannervision” ruled the roost.


In this cleverly shot feature, Tom Byron plays a club owner, with Lynn Lemay as an investor in his enterprise. Together, they audition acts which comprise the bulk of the seven action scenes, but before that, Tom does his own auditioning with Lynn in a really scorching, sexually teasing opener for which Lemay will undoubtedly be nominated for some type of an award. It’s awfully good and suggests a path that more foreplay/sex scenes should initiate. Lynn hasn’t been seen a lot lately, and there’s certainly nothing stale about her performance here.


Besides Byron, Lynn also gets a threesome with Ashley Dunn (another under-exposed lady) and Cal Jammer; towards the end, she has a nice encounter with an unbilled and as of now, unrecognized guy. Probably the best feature Lemay has been in for several years, and her fans will take delight in this woman’s unbridled sexuality. A sterling Robert McCallum effort, with an attractive picture of Lynn Lemay on the boxcover.


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Western Visuals
Dallas (I)
Julian St. Jox
Tom Byron
Lynn LeMay
Nikki Sinn
Ashley Dunn
Cal Jammer
Robert McCallum


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