Released: Sep 01st, 1987
Running Time: 85
Directors: John T Bone, John T. Bone
Company: Video Team
Cast: Lois Ayres, Samantha Strong, Scott Irish, Randy West, Melissa Melendez, Peter North
Critical Rating: AAA
Baby, you know I love you, and I promise just to put it in a little bit.
With 40 combinations and derivatives of the above in its dialog, Peggy Sue explores premarital courtship in its most primitive form — bobby soxer style. Where the original title weighs choices, this Peggy Sue (Melissa Melendez) has already made hers in Peter North, and the flashback sequence only serves to illustrate the loss of cherry for others at Peggy Sue's bridal shower.
Randy West and his leather jacket, making sound effects and all, are hot for Dina DeVille. It's a terrific scene where West begs, pleads and cajoles his way into coy DeVille's panties. Just like the way it used to be done.
Samantha Strong is once again the oligarchical sex princess at this party, distant and removed from the main foray, then jumps in when she chooses to do so. But when she does — a four lady frappe in which Peggy Sue's present of love oil finds its way into wild cracks and crevices — it's a doozy.
All the while, North is in his own element, being offered as sexual sacrifice to the high school slut/love goddess, Alice Marie Simpson. A classic gang bang.
From all technical standpoints, Peggy Sue is worth viewing. But avoid all comparisons to the original.