Released: Jul 01st, 1986
Running Time: 90
Director: J Berkman
Cast: Tom Byron, Candle Evans, Francois Papillon, Kimi Gee, Liz Randall, Krista Lane, Peter North, Careena Collins, Herschel Savage
Critical Rating: AAA
With a little more attention to plot, In Search of the Golden Bone may have been a contender for best feature honors. The sex here is good and plentiful, leaving little time for the dialogue. This leaves what could have been a great story merely a vehicle for all the prime-time type sex that saturates this feature.
Five family members and business associates of a "dead" millionaire (Sasha Gabor) are directed by his will to search for a $10 million, jewel-encrusted, 24-carat gold replica of his male organ. The five (Peter North, Krista Lane, Careena Collins, Tom Byron and Candie Evans) are confused by inane clues, and decide to seduce each other in an attempt to consolidate information and increase their chances.
This is a great lead into all the sexual situations here. The adultry and lustful atmosphere of these slow and sensual encounters is really a turn-on. Evans, Collins and Lane are very raunchy as they talk dirty and play up to the camera while they're playing around.
But director J. Beckman should not have so many facial! wet shots. This story would appeal to women, but I doubt a majority will appreciate seeing North's cannon constantly exploding on these lovely ladies' chins all the time. Also, his camera strays, leaving the person who is doing the talking outside the picture.
But as a whole, this feature is worth a look. The sex is really hot, the cast looks like they enjoyed making it and the story survives as a discernible entity. There's even a surprise ending, but you wouldn't want me to give that away.