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Sugarpussy Jeans

Released: Jun 01st, 1987
Running Time: 93
Director: Nelson (I)
Company: Tempo
Distribution Companies: High Class Productions
Cast: Frank James, Gail Force, Sade, Tiffany Prince, Viper (I), Raquel Rios
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Last week I was in a club, and met a gorgeous girl wearing tight jeans. I asked her, "How do you get into jeans like those?" She said, "Buy me a drink." It cost me a couple gin and tonics, but her jeans were nothing compared to Sugarpussy Jeans.

Director Nelson has come up with one hot video. The girls are beautiful, and the love squeals sound like something you'd hear coming from two teenagers in the front seat of a compact at the drive in (now that's a tight fit!). The story centers on Gail Force, who is hired by Frank James to produce a TV commercial for his Sugarpussy line. Gail dutifully hires the cast, and shoots the spots with a little aid and abetting from Sade (a hot interracial scene), Raquel Rios (another hot lesbian number) and an involved orgy.

Intimate music, crystal sharp close-ups and skin-tight erotica make for some heated viewing. Sometimes the dialog is spoken too softly to understand, but that's OK. Sugarpussy Jeans is definitely the look you'll want to know better.


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High Class Productions
Frank James
Viper (I)
Raquel Rios
Gail Force
Tiffany Prince
Nelson (I)


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