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All models were at least 18 years old at the time of their performance. 18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement.
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Smeers

Released Jan 01st, 1993
Running Time 70
Director Mad Dad Dan
Company HIP Video
Cast Jake Williams, Devon Shire, Pearl, Tony Tedeschi, Bionca (I), Jon Dough, Tiffany Million, Summer Knight, Tony Martino, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Feature

Rating


Reviews

It’s rare that I actually laugh outloud while watching a sexvid, but this one caught me unaware a few times and some loud guffaws escaped. In fact, if it weren’t for some piss-poor pseudo-commercials and p.s.a.’s at intervals throughout the tape and Jon Dough’s completely lackluster performance as “Slam,” the sex would have been hot enough that this could easily be a “Best Video” nominee.

Part of what’s great about this tape is everybody else’s acting. Tiffany Million has the Shelly Long character (“Diane”) replicated inside and out, while Summer Knight is the perfect castrating bitch a la Kristie Alley (“Rebecca”). Pearl loses points for not even attempting “Carla’s” accent, but Bionca is surprisingly beautiful yet reserved as Bebe Neuwirth’s “Lilith.” (You’ll also remember Bionca as the perfect Peg Bundy character in Married With Hormones.)

But the comic surprise of the tape is Devon Shire as the bimbo-ish waitress. There’s a great scene where she’s trying to give “Woody” (Jake Williams) a drink order, and “Cliff” (Tony Tedeschi) has to translate from Bimbo-speak.

As far as sex goes, almost everything sizzles, from the opening bar-top lesbo number between Summer Knight and Devon Shire, through the two nasty three-ways, right up till Dough moves in on some hot girl/girl action between Tiffany Million and Summer Knight.

Much credit should also go to this production’s set designer for providing an excellent recreation, and the entire tech crew for doing a quality job of executing the fine script. Look for at least a couple of nominations to come from this well-made comedy. Exhibit the ultra-attractive boxcover (featuring Summer and Tiffany) proudly.



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