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Miss Passion & Love Bites

Released: Jul 01st, 2005
Running Time: 116
Director: Suze Randall
Company: Suze Randall
Distribution Companies: Pure Play Media
Cast: Susan Hart, Rikki Blake, Ali Moore, Buffy Davis, Lisa DeLeeuw, Crystal Breeze, Others, Gail Force, Ginger Lynn
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Golden Age

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Two for one classics ain't a bad deal.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

One of the nice things about having to cut Traci Lords scenes out of old features is that you can now fit two of them on one DVD - which is what's happened here.

Of the two, Love Bites, a film, is the slightly better of the two. It involves an insect brought back from the jungle, whose bite inspires normally staid people to become sex maniacs - such as missionary daughter Ali Moore, who takes on native Andre Bole for mish, reverse cowgirl and doggie. Then businesswoman Amber Lynn gets bit in an elevator, causing her to essay a couple of mish positions with Peter North, then doggie/b.j. with Rick Savage and Roger Blade. Later, prude Michael Morrison imagines an orgy featuring several well-known faces.

The other is a strange vid, about an intergalactic sex contest. Best of the contestants are Crystal Breeze, Rikki Blake and Susan Hart, though Ginger Lynn does a tepid d.p.


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Suze Randall
Susan Hart
Rikki Blake
Ali Moore
Buffy Davis
Lisa DeLeeuw
Crystal Breeze
Gail Force
Ginger Lynn
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