Released: Sep 01st, 1987
Running Time: 75
Director: Victor Nye
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Tom Byron, Krista Lane, Shenna Home, Magan Bradley, Paula Harlow, Billy Dee, Peter North, Brittany Stryker
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
This must be the month for stewardess pictures. I mean, imagine this: you're on an airplane, heading for a vacation somewhere, and you mind turns to the legendary Mile High Club, and you think you'd love to be initiated by some lovely hostess into the ecstasy of cabin-pressurized sex. Well, forget it; that stuff only happens in Penthouse letter columns. So sit back and enjoy the hijinks of this lovely trio.
I must say, I'm a sucker for a British accent, so Stewardess Magan Bradley is my cup of tea. She gets it on three or four times during the film, even once in a duo with Mike Homer and Johnny Nineteen, and delivers a scorching performance each time.
Almost as active, and at least as sexy, is Paula Harlow, who gives her all for a fake photographer (Tom Byron) who claims he'll make her a star, then bounces back to drag Peter North into the plane's restroom for a little R 'n R.
In the meantime, we're also let in on the fantasies of some of the passengers, which, strangely enough, revolve around the stewardesses. Of course, before the end of the flick, reality outdoes fantasy. ..beyond their wildest dreams.