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Lickity Pink

Released: Mar 01st, 1990
Running Time: 76
Director: Scotty Fox
Company: Moonlight Entertainment
Cast: Steve Vegas, Susan Vegas, Mike Horner, Kristina King, Randy Spears, Raben Richards, Wayne Summers, Sabrina (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Do I seem to be laying it on a bit thick if I say in Lickety Pink, some of Mike Horner's comedy bits (particularly the opening pantomime sequence) compares with some of the best work done by Fields or Hope? Get a hold of this takeoff on Get Smart and see if you don't agree.

Usually a spoof of a spoof doesn't work, but Horner, along with comedy experts Scotty Fox and writer Cash Markman are able to accomplish this difficult feat. Substitute Randy Spears for Bernie Kopell, Steve Begas for Dick Gautier 9the robot), and you have a very clever comedy which paces the sex as it should be – evenly and not piled up at the end of the feature as too many videos are apt to do.

And Steve and Susan Vegas are able to get the viewers' interest now that they're in better surroundings. Top honors go to Sabrina and especially Raven Richards who is loosening up in her recent performances and is showing that comic actresses can make a living outside of a bargain basement gang. A fun video with hot sex in nice packaging.


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Steve Vegas
Mike Horner
Randy Spears
Wayne Summers
Susan Vegas
Kristina King
Raben Richards
Sabrina (I)
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