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Who's Dat Girl

Released: Feb 01st, 1988
Running Time: 75
Director: Bill Blackman
Company: Video Exclusives
Cast: Dana Lynn, Betty Boobs, Laurel Cannon, Billy Dee
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

One more time, the Bill Blackman express rolls into the station complete with standard fireplace motif and living room couch setting. Ah but with one addition to the vast array of props. This time, a blue and white bed comforter makes gainful employ for a couple of scenes.

Blackman's one room drama this time centers on Ron Jeremy catching his wife (Laurel Canyon) interacting with gardener Ray Victory. As if that isn't enough for him to handle, his sister Dana Lynn comes in for a good fertilizing as well. It's enough to send Jeremy off the cliff and to the shrink (Don Fernando) to unload. Here's where the comforter comes in. And I'm sure we'll see it in future Blackman features. 

Actually, I wouldn't mind seeing Dana Lynn and Laurel Canyon in more of anyone's features. They make some great sparks and prove you can take essentially improv dialog along with Spartan settings and make a halfway decent tape-as long as you have the proper female chemistry. It's here.


 

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