Located in: Home > Movies > Holly Does Hollywood III

Holly Does Hollywood III

Released: Jul 01st, 1989
Running Time: 82
Company: Video Exclusives
Cast: Elise, Dave Sanders, Crystal London, Randy West, Don Fernando, Tara Blake, Tamara Lee, Sasha Gabor, Scott Irish
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

Popular Rating Average:
My Rating:
Please log in to rate. Don't have a free account? Register now!

Buy DVD Watch Online



Critical Rating: AA

A young, beautiful, naive woman heads to the City of Angels with dreams of film stardom, but after some sexual encounters with shady characters, returns home a little wiser for the experience. In the words of the inimitable Gorilla Monsoon, "Give me a break!" If that's the best that can be done in the third entry of the Holly series, it's no small wonder the tape doesn't list any creator credits.

Now onto good stuff. The cast here often gives it a good sexual effort, particularly Tamara Lee as would-be actress Holly. Her scenes with airport acquaintance Dave Sanders and boyfriend Scott Irish show her to good advantage. There's nothing really outstanding here, however, and the cameraman's obsession with overly close close-ups tends to detract from the action. No other actress appears in more than one scene, and rarely doe one ever see more than two characters onscreen at the same time. The song may go "Hooray for Hollywood," but there's much more "ho-hum" than "hooray" in Holly Does Hollywood III.


Related Content:

Video Exclusives
Don Fernando
Sasha Gabor
Crystal London
Tara Blake
Scott Irish
Dave Sanders
Randy West
Tamara Lee


Please log in to comment.
Don't have a free account? Become a member!

By participating you agree to our Privacy Policy & the AVN "Be Kind Policy"
and represent that you are not under the age of 18.

LA Metro Could Learn Something From Taiwanese Transit System
Team Wicked to Participate in AIDS Walk L.A. 2015
Who's Got The Most XXX Appearances of Any Porn Star in History?
Bonnie Rotten Talks About Her Latest Productions
Melissa Hill/Howard Levine Radio Show Moving Networks