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Splash Dance

Released: Apr 01st, 1988
Running Time: 80
Director: "The Kid"
Company: Arrow Film And Video
Cast: Ray Van, Blake Palmer, Tiffany Lane, Lisa Conroy, Candie Evans, Gail Force, Tiffany Storm, Frankie Leigh
Critical Rating: A 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: A 1/2

I get the feeling that about eight or nine outtakes from other sex features got re-edited with some Gail Force linking footage here.

Force supposedly operates some kind of a call girl/dance girl dial service. She's on the phone endlessly, chainsmoking and dishing out bimboese to her clients about her "girls." Gail's girls all apparently go nuts whenever there's a full moon, so for every sex scene, there's at least a half dozen flashes of a full moon hovering somewhere in the distance. AH right already.

The problem here is that every sex scene looks precisely like the one before it. Girl on her knees. Guy on the couch. No one talks. So with this premise, the feature has an endless, repetitive quality about it that gets a little aggravating after awhile. Force does get into the action at the end with a mini-strip and go down on John Dillon. But by then, we're into a new moon cycle.


 

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Arrow Film And Video
Ray Van
Tiffany Lane
Candie Evans
Tiffany Storm
Blake Palmer
Lisa Conroy
Gail Force
Frankie Leigh
"The Kid"

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