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5 Blondes

Released: Jan 01st, 2004
Running Time: 89
Director: Jon Yuma
Company: Anarchy Films
Cast: Dolorian, Marika Savan, Victoria Knight, Jennifer Anderson, Phoenix Ray, Jay Ashley, Isabelle Camille, Celeste (I)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Push this for the blonde angle as well as one excellent girl/girl scene with Euro babes.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Shot in L.A., Sweden and the Czech Republic, this international smorgasbord advertises itself as having five blondes, two brunettes and three cocks. Assuming that only the blondes are worthy of being mentioned in the actual title would be an incorrect assumption.

Jay Ashley starts things by being the pelvic pounder of Phoenix Ray during a poolside romp. This is followed by one of the most erotic girl/girl combo meal deals around: the coupling of Jennifer Anderson and Isabelle Camille. These two Euro lovelies Czech each other out and quickly decide that fancy lingerie should not be a hindrance to some loving, sensual action with themselves and glass dildos. Very nice, ladies, and worthy of a Pre-Nom for girl/girl.

The rest of the performers top off this tape quite well: Dolorian indulges in a standard boy/girl, and Celeste and Marika Savan return the Euro flair in a relaxed girl/girl scene.


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Celeste (I)
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