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Pool Party

Released: Jun 01st, 1991
Running Time: 80
Director: Jimmy Houston
Company: CDI Home Video
Cast: Raven Richards, Tom Byron, Rachel Ryan, Marc Wallice, Viper (I), Tiffany Blake
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Jon Dough is a shy guy; he doesn't want to model his gift underwear in public. Fortunately, his wife (Viper) and kids (Ryan, richards) convince him otherwise... and pretty soon, everybody's got a pair on around the pool.

First up are Dough and Richards, who put on a pretty good (and loud) show for peeper Ryan. Then cut to Viper and Wallice; nice to see she's taking pride in that tattoo again. She gives him one wild tongue-bath, from tip to balls, with country-music accompaniment, before working into a 69, which ends with her on top. This woman's performance alone assured this tape its third A. And does Wallice ever look wiped out when they're done! Then it's on to Ryan, Byron and Blake; however, Rachel only stays around for the set-up, leaving the others to fend for themselves... which they manage to do reasonably well.

And of course, one thing leads to another (orgy) and anybody who wasn't satisfied before gets a shot now. Look for good girl/girl action between Viper and Richards. You're bound to like this, if for no other reason than several of the actors actually look like they're enjoying themselves.


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Viper (I)
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