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Lesbian Lovers No. 1

Released: Oct 01st, 1986
Running Time: 60
Director: Dick Stern
Company: Parliament Video Magazine
Cast: Misty Regan, Amber Lynn, Cameron (I), Candie Evans, Honey Wilder, Stacey Donovan
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

Lesbian Lovers No. 1 consists of four separate segments:

1) "The Barmaid and The Bitch" (Amber Lynn, Misty Regan) where a rich woman orders a glass of champagne at a bar just after closing time. They exchange bitchy comments and... lick, lick, lick.

2) "The Mistress and The Maid" (Cameron, Honey Wilder) where a rich woman chastises her  maid for messing around with her husband. They exchange bitchy comments and... lick, lick, lick.

3) "Physical Therapy" (Stacey Donovan, Candie Evans) where a rich woman gets a massage from a new "therapist." No bitchy comments, but before you know it... lick, lick, lick.

4) "Sisters of Fortune" (Keisha, Raquel) where two sisters... oh, you get the picture.

C'mon! Try a little different plot construction. Try some interesting positions. Try a little emotion. True, the girls are all beautiful to look at and the production quality is good. But why subject the viewer to basically the same scene four times in an hour? If this is lesbian love... lick, lick, lick... make mine vanilla.


Related Content:

Parliament Video Magazine
Amber Lynn
Candie Evans
Stacey Donovan
Misty Regan
Cameron (I)
Honey Wilder
Dick Stern


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