Also be Advised that this is another feature that's going to require at least a sequel (though I have a feeling that a series is in the making) to clear up some dangling storyline.
The setting is Sleazy Valley, ruled over with an iron hand by corrupt land magnate Clayton Brock (Jerry Butler). The action presumably occurs in Brock's boardroom, but the real power base seems to be Tracey Adams' bedroom which gets more working over than a sink at a Roto Rooter convention.
Adams' lover, Dr. Dork (Harley Davis), from what I can gather, presides over the town's insane asylum which houses Adams' real husband Steve who's place is being taken by his evil twin, Randall (John Johnson), unbeknownst to Adams.
But, beknownst is the town slut Cleavage (Le Dawn) who seems to be having various little business and amorous deals cooking in the kettle. This, of course, sets up your basic French type farce of musical bedrooms, revolving door relationships and who's on first comedy.
What starts out as a terrific premise, with some good dialog (actually a sizable chunk for an adult feature) runs out of gas, like the words, about two-thirds of the way through the feature. By that time, the verbs have petered out and its time for peters up to carry the plot through to the sequel
Le Dawn and her ample bosoms (one must use the plural to describe these things) are a nice showcase venture to kick off this soaper. And you might also want to check out newcomer Tawny Downs who gets a couple of nice scenes to show her stuff. There lies the appeal.