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Up, Up And Away

Released: Feb 01st, 1985
Running Time: 87
Director: Jim Hunter
Company: Caballero
Cast: Jerry Butler, Jamie Gillis, Bridgette Monet, Cody Nicole, Paul Thomas, Ginger Lynn, Stacey Donovan, Colleen Brennan, Laurie Smith, Shelly Rey
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: AAA

Those All American Girls have taken their talents to the friendly skies and have reached new carnal heights in this third installment of the series.  This latest adventure boasts slick production values and features some of the most incredibly attractive women to ever appear in an adult flick.

Unfortunately, the plot is an incomprehensible mess about the bankrupt Trans Global Airlines and plans to keep it in business. But, the sex is scorching.  Paul Thomas receives head from “head” stewardess Stacey Donovan; Thomas spends a week in bed exploring sexual fantasies with Cody Nicole (imagine a week in bed with Cody); Nicole scores with handsome pilot Jerry Butler; and it’s very eerie watching sexy secretary Ginger Lynn seducing Sasha, the Burt Reynolds lookalike.  All of those scenes are worth the price of a rental, at least.

Although Up, Up And Away is a bit slow in sports, it’s those All American Girls who will make you want to fly Trans Global Airlines on your next vacation.


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