Released: Oct 01st, 1990
Running Time: 85
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Patricia Kennedy, Jerry Butler, Tom Byron, Jennifer Stewart, Madison (I), Tori Welles, Randy West
Critical Rating: AAAA
Spectacular packaging on feature film.
Is it possible that Sinbad (Randy West), the late, great King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, is still alive and wandering around the shopping mall? Looks like, as he shows up just when Tori Welles and Jennifer Stewart are about to listen to some of his “lost” classics. Then things really start to heat up, as Tori does one of the best stripteases I’ve seen in XXX. In this role, Welles continues to prove herself one of the sexiest women in this business. Then Jennifer Stewart gets into the act, and soon all three are whoopin’ it up like there’s no tomorrow. This scene alone is worth a couple of A’s in the rating.
Anyway, the story continues as Welles hides Sinbad in the attic while her husband Morty (Tom Byron) plots with his pals to rid Tori of her Sinbad obsession by dressing up in one of his jumpsuits. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work out quite the way he’s planned; he just ruins the barbeque and manages to snag Madison as a sex-crazed groupie. Meanwhile, the cops come looking for a “Sinbad impersonator,” while Welles and Stewart have to distract them in the way you like best, while Sinbad tackles a couple of fans in the shower.
Well, no sense giving away everything, like when Welles plans Sinbad’s comeback concert, but the fun and sex just keep on coming. She’s at her sultry, sexy best, while Jennifer Stewart and Madison aren’t too far behind. (Stewart really shines in one scene where she seduces and pleasures the cops). West is excellent as the Elvis clone – he even gets to sing – and Tom Byron shines as the jealous, hurt husband. All the production values work successfully, and this wonderful feature film is a must-have for the ever-dwindling population of retailers who care about stocking high-quality.