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Sky Foxes [DVD]

Released: Feb 01st, 2005
Running Time: 73
Director: Victor Nye
Company: Suze Randall
Distribution Companies: Pure Play Media
Cast: Peter North, Brittany Stryker, Magan Bradley, Tom Byron, Jason Riley, Sheena Horne, Johnny Nineteen, Mike Horner, Billy Dee, Paula Harlow, Krista Lane
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Golden Age

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The Suze Randall name and hot cover shot should do it.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

There have been plenty of porn productions that have taken place on airplanes, and in a way, Sky Foxes plays right into the clichés of such productions - the horny stewardesses who offer a couple of lucky stiffs shags in the lavatory or even right out across the plane's seats while the other passengers are snoozing. And yet, there's an irresistible sense of fun to Foxes - not to mention a great degree of strokeworthiness - that places it in a slightly higher echelon than all those other friendly-skies fuckfests. Viewers will especially want to look out for gorgeous Magan Bradley, who does a hot threeway with Mike Horner and Johnny Nineteen in the opener and an even hotter boy/girl with Jason Riley at the end. Gives us liftoff!

Sky Foxes was nominated for Best Classic Release on DVD.


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Pure Play Media
Suze Randall
Peter North
Sheena Horne
Magan Bradley
Krista Lane
Mike Horner
Jason Riley
Brittany Stryker
Paula Harlow
Johnny Nineteen
Tom Byron
Billy Dee
Victor Nye


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