Released: May 01st, 1992
Running Time: 70
Director: Frank Thring
Company: AFV Releasing
Cast: Jerry Butler, Crimson, Steve Drake, Woody Long, Taylor Wane, Leanna Foxxx
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
“This ‘ere town ain’t big enough for the two uv us!” says Taylor Wane, whose character was born and raised in Tombstone and then moved to Paris. This explains why she sounds like Benny Hill in this period western that had me in stitches every time. Ms. Wane mouths another frontier aphorism in her wonderful English accent. At times, she tries to affect a western accent, but half the time, she forgets and the other times, she reminds me of a member of the Carry On … gang vainly auditioning for Gone With The Wind.
But back to our story, which has some lethal sex scenes … Crimson, which seems to be Jacqueline’s new name, has become the new owner of a saloon which belonged to Taylor’s daddy, a guy named McGuire. I believe he died due to confusion of nationalities. With the help of Sheriff Woody Long, whose stiffness, isn’t confined to his dick, things get set to rights but not before Taylor and Crimson have a lick-off in a pretty good girl/girl scene at the finale. Also of note are the opening Steve Drake/Leanna Foxxx/ Daphne trio, and the supposed initiation into sex of Civil War vet Jerry Butler by saloon girl Leanna. It’s a cute, amusing video that moves along well and entertains on several levels, even if one of them is unintentional.