Released: Aug 07th, 2009
Running Time: 74 Min.
Distribution Companies: Pure Play Media
DVD Extras: Interviews, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Louise Parsons, Steve Parks, Harry Margolis, Ron Jeremy, Doug Hamilton, Copper Penny, Tammy (I), K.C. Valentine, Chelsea Manchester, Ralph Harper
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Golden Age
Lolita is the definitive film of a young, innocent and sweet girl discovering the pleasures of womanhood.
The Erotic Adventures of Lolita obviously takes it name from Vladimir Nabokov's famous novel, but has little else to do with that fictional masterwork. The story revolves around two teens, Chelsea Manchester (here playing the character "Tigr" possibly before adopting that as her stage name) and "Tammy," who also used the stage name "Tigr" at some point in her career.
Obviously, watching these two luscious blondes seducing their peers and adults is a treat, though it would have been more enjoyable if the director (or editor) had allowed viewers to see more hardcore sex. Sadly, some of the seven scenes have brief or no hardcore, though plenty of softcore bumping and grinding, as was typical of some early releases.
Ostensibly, the plot is a "coming of age" story for the two girls, and Tammy eventually becomes a prostitute, servicing both a door-to-door salesman and Chelsea's dad, while Chelsea bangs a stable boy on her horse farm, and delivers girl/girl action with Tammy.