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Finders Keepers

Released: Jul 01st, 2005
Running Time: 130
Director: Barrett Blade
Company: Adult Source Media
Cast: Billy Glide, Dani Woodward, Nick Manning, Aiden Lane, Tommy Gun, Rick Patrick, Barrett Blade, Randi Wright, Jayna Oso, Keri Sable
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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SYNOPSIS

Lingerie fanciers will get a kick out of the wardrobe.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Hot chicks in sexy lingerie, hard dick and an upscale location - a simple but dependable recipe. Despite its resemblance to a thousand other releases, Finders Keepers works much in the way that cotton candy satisfies the palate - as a fleetingly sweet diversion.

Box cover starlet Keri Sable looks tempting as she rides her partner reverse-cowgirl style on the funky Jetsons ottoman, her straight blonde hair swinging; her black stockinged thighs all aquiver. Aiden Lane, decked out in a fringe bra, is especially smitten with the way Nick manning eats her trim little quim. However it's the Janet Oso/Billy Glide encounter that really tops the charts. More than looking good together the pair really works up sweaty chemistry as he repeatedly stabs her in the ass.


 

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Barrett Blade
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Jayna Oso
Keri Sable
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