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Her Wicked Ways

Released: Feb 01st, 1984
Running Time: 78
Director: Louis Lewis
Company: Caballero
Cast: Paul Thomas, Joanna Storm, Eric Edwards
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

This mediocre effort features sleek blonde Jesie St. James as a seductress who inherits her wealthy husband's business empire. Her daughter-in-law (Joanna Storm) is determined to get her fair share of the estate. But sexy St. James uses her physical charms to entice members of the board to elect her president of the corporation. Meanwhile, Storm hires a private eye (Paul Thomas) to investigate the case. The ironic ending is literally a cop-out.

What about the sexual encounters? The first just might be the best: a warm, tanned, sensual St. James shares intense sex with a male servant in a soft-focus shot bedroom scene that almost steams up the camera lens. Let's not forget shapely, young blonde Joanna Storm fantasizing about a male stud. Hardcore vet actors Paul Thomas and Eric Edwards lend solid support and there's busy little Tigr (Chelsea Manchester) in a small role.

Despite some nice photography, a couple of hot scenes, decent production values and St. James, Her Wicked Ways is worth a look.


 

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