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Crocodile Blondee II; Crocodile Blondee

Released: Mar 01st, 1988
Running Time: 85, 75
Directors: Ronnie Racer, Roy Karch, Crocodile Blondee: Steven Lucas
Company: VCX
Cast: Randy West, Eric Edwards, Siobahn Hunter, Amber Lynn
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

Nothing Australian about these two porn equivalents, but after a lazy outing in the first feature (released in 1987), someone had the good sense to hire veteran director Roy Karch to shoot the sequel. His shots in the daylight make for some nice outdoor sex scenes in the sequel and watching these two features back-to-back is like dipping your dong in do-do and then having it sucked off.

So let's concentrate on the sequel since Amber Lynn looks bored in the original and Stephanie Rage shows some energy, especially with Tami White in a hot tub and Buddy Love on the lawn. Yes, Crocodile Blondee II has some of the tired sex with bored participants that the original had, but enough excitement from stars like Bionca and Sharon Mitchell (who devours John Rage) makes some of the sex scenes enlightening.

You won't find Paul Hogan anywhere in these western-type features, but I suggest trying the sequel for a look at Stephanie Rage, who in keeping true to her character, at least tries to keep her hat on during sex.


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Crocodile Blondee: Steven Lucas


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