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The Girl With The Million Dollar Legs

Released: Sep 01st, 1987
Running Time: 80
Director: Jack Remy
Company: L.A. Video
Cast: Porsche Lynn, Paul Thomas, Marilyn Jess, Caroline Paris, Lisa Berenger, Gabriel Pontello
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

The Girl With The Million Dollar Legs is a contest run by a Parisian nightclub owner by Paul Thomas. As the contestants gather, enter Porsche Lynn, who is not one of them, but rather a girl from the states looking for a job. She makes the best Manhattan in Paris, and Thomas hires her.

If this sounds a lot like Suzie Superstar don't be surprised. When a plot works, why not use it again. What makes it work is the remarkable talents of both Thomas and Lynn who prove that they can work vertically as well as horizontally. The second thing that works for me is the infusion of new and not recognizable sex talent.

The Girl With The Million Dollar Legs is predictable, but the best thing about it is you will be there at the end in spite of the story. And you will be happier for it. And you will be sorry when it is over. I can only hope that I will get a chance to see Paul Thomas and Porsche Lynn work together again.


 

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Caroline Paris
Gabriel Pontello
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