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Released: Apr 01st, 1988
Running Time: 85
Director: Adele Robbins
Company: Vidco
Cast: Keisha (I), Jerry Butler, Tammi Lee Curtis, Johnny Nineteen, Carol Frazier
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

The uncontrolled sex lives of two stewardesses and their pals make up the one-page story of Keisha (working title: Real Men Don't Eat Keisha), a sexvid loaded with an array of erotic trysts. If you're a fan of either Keisha (three different sex scenes) or Jerry Butler (he takes every woman in the program) don't miss this one.

Your basic meat-and-potatoes porn, the one diversion involves Keisha and Butler in a fantasy sequence, shot with a purple haze special effect. Otherwise, Johnny Nineteen has a field day with both Carol Frazier and Cherie Sylvan in separate, fairly erotic sex scenes. And bleached platinum blonde Tammi Lee Curtis, a terrible actress with nice legs, exerts herself well in a couple of sexual stints.

Adele Robbins directs in a straightforward and efficient manner and technically, the tape is OK. I can't complain about the sex scenes, although they do linger at times and seem to lack spontaneity. Keisha, as the featured actress, has turned in better performances and a star vehicle should provide "starring" material. But it's good enough, and with nice packaging, should sell and rent rather well.


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Tammi Lee Curtis
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