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Tails of the Town

Released: Apr 01st, 1989
Running Time: 75
Director: Kurt Mann
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Tom Byron, Ray Victory, Nina DePonca, Amanda Tyler, Buck Adams, Jade East, Summer Rose
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

Yes, folks, it's musical chairs, adult style. By the time this video is over, you'll find that everybody's got a new sweetie... not that you're likely to care very much. It's some sort of irony, I suppose, that one of the best sex scenes (Tom Byron and Summer Rose) takes place in one of the seamiest locations: they actually roust a bum from his mattress in an alley and proceed to get it on al fresco if you know what I mean? I don't know about you, but even while I was admiring the hot action, I couldn't help thinking about where that mattress had been, and what the happy couple would be taking with them when they left.

And the dialogue suggests that the script consisted entirely of stage direction. So, just for the record, Nina makes it with Ray and Buck; Tom makes it with Summer and Jade, and Amanda makes it with Ray, this last being the second most rousing scene in an otherwise ho-hum sexvid. Please, guys, we know you can do better.


 

Related Content:

Western Visuals
Tom Byron
Nina DePonca
Buck Adams
Summer Rose
Ray Victory
Amanda Tyler
Jade East
Kurt Mann

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