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Released: Feb 01st, 1986
Running Time: 90
Director: Patti Rhodes
Company: Penguin Productions
Cast: Shone Taylor, Melanie Scott (II), Kimberly Carson, Gina Carrera, Rusty Zipper, Karen Summer, Tamara Longley, Jessie Adams
Critical Rating: AAA
Dave (Shone Taylor) and Harry (Jessie Adams) are two fishermen with the luckiest poles I've ever seen. Yet, even though they are master-baiters, they never catch any fish that swim. But they do catch my favorite type – "peach fish" (as writer Tom Robbins, in his book, "Still Life With Woodpecker," affectionately calls what is arguably the most exciting part of a female's anatomy).
You see, our heroes are spending a week's vacation fishing in the mountains. On their first day, they catch a paper cup filled with gold coins. Forget about fishing. They rent snorkels to search for whatever other treasures are at the bottom of the lake. In the meantime, they ask Dave's brother, the banker, to come up and tell them what to do with their riches. He also brings along a few good-looking friends. Plus, our hapless fishermen's wives also arrive on the scene "to surprise them." Before long, all eight join in a good orgy with everyone wiggling around like a school of minnows (or should I say blowfish?)
In fact, there are a lot of other good sex scenes during this feature. I must remark that Treasure Box is a step up in quality for Penguin Productions. While the sex could be a little more imaginative at times and the videography could be more precise, they are on the right track. Keep up the good trend!
Did I mention that Kimberly Carson, Tamara Longley and Gina Carrera all turn in memorable erotic performances? Oh, don' forget to tune into their luscious bodies.
Personally, I think that Dave and Harry should forget about the lake and stick to watersports. They might have problems getting the treasure, but they always get the box. Don't let this one get away.