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Hollywood Assets

Released: Sep 01st, 1990
Running Time: 80
Director: Edwardo Dinero
Company: Factory Home Video
Cast: Tony Salvano, Chaz Vincent, Dusty, Sabrina Dawn, Dizzy Blond, Randy Spears, Satina
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Tony Salvano claims to be a novelist, but the book he's working on must be titled "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' Asses," because that's what he spends his time chasing... and they don't necessarily have to be blonde, either.  He manages to get some anal action from Satina, but his wife (Dusty) catches him and throws him out.  She won't have him fooling around the rear entry.  So he tries to find a place to bunk at his friend's house, but Spears is a little busy with Sabrina and directs him to Dizzy Blond, who interviews starlet Chaz Vincent.  Meanwhile, Sabrina and Dusty have a discussion about her anal-phobia, and in the end, she takes Salvano back and gives him what he wants.

But hey, people, don't be misled by the title.  There are only two genuine anal scenes; the rest are doggie-style regular penetrations.  Even when Sabrina is supposedly showing Dusty what anal sex is all about, they barely get near each other's asses, not even with a dildo or a vibrator.  So while the sex is quite enjoyable (and the acting is not), proceed at your own taste.


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