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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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Between The Bars

Released May 01st, 1992
Running Time 75
Director Sal Thomas
Company Factory Home Videos
Cast Don Fernando, Maxine (I), Brigitte Aime, Jenna Wells, Tracy Winn, Cal Jammer
Critical Rating AA
Genre Feature

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Don Fernando plays some sort of rising movie star who gets caught peeping into a ladies room and is thrown into jail. He complains that he feels like a monkey behind bars, which is somewhat appropriate, since his character is cleverly named Zippy. Anyhow, Jenna Wells plays Zippy’s girlfriend, and an interesting phenomenon occurs; the sound is so muffled during this show that most of the dialogue is unintelligible, but Jenna, for a change, is the only one you can understand. I guess her accent and the lousy sound cancel each other out. I recommend she hire this technician for life. The videographer, however, should be dumpled, since everybody keeps turning green, and I don’t think it’s from the prison food. None of the action gets above the so-so level, and not even pretty Tracy Winn and boyfriend David Angel (billed as Dave Black) can elicit much interest. A bizarre picture of Don Fernando on the cover is eye-catching, though; he looks like something out of that Twilight Zone episode where the ventriloquist’s dummy comes to life. Fortunately, there’s the lovely Jenna to look at also.



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