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Debbie Does Dallas V

Released: May 01st, 1989
Running Time: 75
Director: John Stallion
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Don Fernando, Ray Victory, Robin Lee, Ron Jeremy, Tammy Reynolds, Lynn LeMay, Kristie Leigh
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

As a quality-looking video shoot, Debbie Does Dallas V does have its moments.

Magnificently sculptured Tammy Reynolds as Debbie is faced with the horrifying prospect of the football team moving bag and baggage to New Orleans (I guess the Saints are willing to look the other way).  So, she comes up with Plan A with her cheerleaders using their sexual wiles to compromise the team's board of directors.  Nice try.  No cigar.  Board members Ron Jeremy, Don Fernando and company are onto their scheme which resorts to Plan B - blackmail.  Works every time.

The video has a nice outdoorsy freshness to it with nice skin tones and better than decent sound quality.  (Doesn't that tell you something when you comment positively on factors that should be a given?)  Anyway, the whole mood suggested by the plot calls for a springy air of hijinx, horseplay and tantalizing tease.  On that front, let's call it a draw.  Reynolds is fresh, aware and into her sex scenes.  Her supporting cast often looks like it's working a bus depot in Tulsa.


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Vivid Entertainment Group
Lynn LeMay
Don Fernando
Robin Lee
Tammy Reynolds
Kristie Leigh
Ray Victory
Ron Jeremy
John Stallion


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