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The Bi-Spy

Released: Nov 01st, 1991
Running Time: 75
Director: Gino Colbert
Company: Stallion Video
Cast: Rod Garetto, Mark Andrews, Heather Heart, Rusty Rhodes, Tony Montana
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

About five seconds into this video, the viewer will realize that Alex Carrington is no Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the James Bond character he’s trying to do by stroking a stuffed pussy cat in his lap. One also realizes that Carrington isn’t much of an actor, either, because he butchers his meager lines. But don’t worry because you won’t be able to make out most of them anyway because we have a case of fuzzy audio.

 

Seems that spy Rusty Rhodes is captured by Carrington’s henchmen Tony Montana and Rod Garetto and is stripped for surveillance bugs. Montana does such a great job with agent Rhodes that he’s called upon to encore with agent Heather Heart who takes the old, oh sex, what the hell approach, verbally, but physically it’s a different code name. She is hot.

 

The Bi-Spy is your basic claustrophobic bedroom piece that wastes yards of useless dialogue to set up the big bi-way finale among Heather Hart, Carrington and Mark Andrews. Still, a paucity of new bi material on the market makes this one worth a look.


 

Related Content:

Stallion Video
Heather Heart
Tony Montana
Rod Garetto
Mark Andrews
Rusty Rhodes
Gino Colbert

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