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A Scent of a Girl

Released May 01st, 1993
Running Time 80
Director C Everette Smythe
Company Las Vegas Video
Cast Rebecca Wilde, Traci Prince, Cheyenne (I), Mike Horner, Alex Jordan, Randy West
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Feature

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Reviews

Rebecca Wilde has a face, body and sleepy-eyed sensuality that makes her a perfect visual delight, only in this feature, the object of her affection (Mike Horner) is a retired blind cop.

Cashing in on the mainstream film, this XXX counterpart is reasonably entertaining although it has a script hole you could walk a 600 pound seeing eye dog through. To wit: Horner meets Wilde in a cocktail lounge but later enlists a cynical private eye (Randy West) to help find her. Coincidentally enough, Wilde hires West for the same reason. Couldn't all of this have been avoided by simply exchanging addresses or phone numbers in the first place? Notwithstanding, the strained plot device does its job in setting up a chain of sex scenes that fill the bill quite nicely.

Horner ultimately couples with Wilde (a foregone conclusion), but also boffs her girlfriend Cheyenne which detracts somewhat from the sympathy trying to be elicited from his character. Cheyenne and Wilde also have a scene while P.I. West nails his assistant Alex Jordan in a resounding doggie scene. Handsome newcomer Mark Davis (a Mel Gibson-type) playing Homer's former cop partner, gets the gratuitous sex scene nod with Traci Prince.

A real good shot of Alex Jordan on the box-cover. Too bad the Best New Starlet of last year isn't getting more of this type of exposure.



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