Released: Jul 01st, 1991
Running Time: 75
Director: Robert McCallum
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Alexandria Quinn, Gail Force, T.T. Boy, Tom Chapman, Peter North, Shelby (I), Cal Jammer, Mercedez Lynn, Wayne Summers
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
No, we couldn't use the real cartoon character's name, because we'd get our asses sued. Which leaves Gail Force treading gingerly around in her high heels looking for semi-weird adventures, behaving more like Pretty Peaches with an internal gas problem.
Force's Annie is a gal who is usually in the right place at the right moment, when somebody's about to get banged —gang or otherwise. Marital aids maven, Wayne Summers hires her to lug this atrociously large suitcase around that's full of adult toys. Force tries to act dingy and cuckoo, and she's not too bad, but her supporting cast is fed lines lamer than Tiny Tim.
Sean Michaels leads the embarrassment brigade by donning this Little Richard wig and sending Gale/Annie off to "Maybe Land" —maybe it is, maybe it isn't. I know, it's deep. Wait, it gets better, especially when Mercedez Lynn, T.T. Boy and Peter North do a sequence in which they talk like West LA improv actors making like a trio of country bumpkins. Gail encounters other various weirdniks in viking hats and 3-D eyeballs and a few rock star impersonators. But they all share one thing in common —sex.
The scene most worthy of comment features the beautiful Dominique in a foursome that begins with her male counterparts cocooned in yards of plastic wrap. For whatever reason, this little bit of bondage involving human sandwich bags has become very trendy in recent adult shoots. Is there something going on here we're not aware of? Since Gale is in about 80% of this feature, her fans will be monstrously pleased.