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The Best Little Whorehouse In Beverly Hills

Released: Nov 01st, 1986
Running Time: 85
Director: Julian Newmark
Company: CDI Home Video
Cast: Lorrie Lovett, Erica Boyer, Frank James, Mauvis DeNoire, Greg Derek, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

The story is nothing new: a madam and her whorehouse provide the setting for numerous encounters between hookers and "johns." The only difference here is Erica Boyer. Although not the most talented actress, Boyer's animal sexuality raises the temperature of this video.

Boyer is under pressure: sell the cathouse and marry boyfriend Scott Irish, or stay in business and make money. Well, Boyer wants to think about marriage, so she gives Irish something to think about (a smoldering outdoor oral scene that's the video's best). But her mind is made up when Ron Jeremy comes in for service and, being an older whorehouse owner, decides he wants to buy the place. of course, Boyer's expert boffing might have been the key selling point.

Technically, the feature suffers from "videoitis" (harsh lighting, muffled sound, etc.), and the thin plot merely strings the sex scenes together. But the sex scenes are interesting, and one or two may even appeal to couples. You could do worse than renting this tape, but you could do better, too.


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Greg Derek
Lorrie Lovett
Erica Boyer
Mauvis DeNoire
Ron Jeremy
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