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To Good To Be True

Released: May 01st, 1985
Running Time: 86
Director: Steve Scott
Company: Masterpiece Video
Cast: Ginger Lynn, Peter North, Harry Reems, Stacy Donovan
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: AAA

Remember how simple life used to be? Well, that's the way it was for Tom Hadly (Peter North), whose only worry in life was to make sure the cows were fed and the barn cleaned. Life on the farm has been laid back until Tom receives an urgent telegram informing him that his rich old uncle has died, leaving him with tons of cash.

He soon learns that his rich, old, innocent, dead uncle was the owner of a whole house and that the inheritance would take him from keeping up the farm to carling for the stable. Naturally, in order to sell your product, one must sample the inventory. And this, Tom willingly does.

One new pimp finds himself in all sorts of encounters with his young ladies . . . the shower, the pool, the car, the bedrooms of the brothel, etc.

As a special surprise, Ginger Lynn, who helps run the establishment, spends a precious moment or two with superstar Harry Reems. It's a brief encounter on film, that will long be lasting in the memory of the viewer. Despite some grainy film quality, some of the sex scenes in Too Good To Be True are "masterpieces" from a company seemingly on the way up.


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