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Playboy's Fast Women

Playboy's Fast Women

Released Apr 01st, 1997
Running Time 50
Director Scott Allen
Company Playboy Productions
Distribution Company Uni Distribution Corp.
Critical Rating Not Yet Rated
Genre Alternative



Playboy's Fast Women combines some drop-dead models with half a dozen wispy 'n' witty scenarios revolving around vehicles of speed. The result is a potent combination with enough high octane eroticism to fuel the Daytona 500, plus some change left over for an SST flight.

The impeccable models handle their moves well, keeping a straight face even though the sequences are ofttimes humorous inversions of audience expectations. For instance, there's a parody of a famous car commercial taking place in the desert, with the autos twisting and turning in formation. Only this time, it's not around road blocks but rather... naked babes!

Another fantasy reveals a scrumptious used-car buyer taking a wild, topless spin in a classic cherry red convertible, as hapless cops drop their jaws in its wake. One particularly lucky male hitchhiker finds himself ravished by a Greyhound full of horny females. Another stylish night-time sequence, inspired by the old Twilight Zone episode featuring William Shatner and a gremlin, features half-naked dancers atop the wing of a plane, as the wind whips their flimsy scarves around their curves.

By far the most enticing and clever scenario revolves around a jock who picks up a doll for a topless ride on his Harley, subsequently making softcore love in his apartment while spinning fans imitate the propeller of his model airplane. The evening of bliss goes amiss when the easy rider wakes up to find his favorite cycle gone and a repossession note on the floor!

Production values and editing are as top-notch as the content. If you thought the industry was just full of slow broads, wait'll you see Fast Women.

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