|Released||Sep 01st, 1995|
|Cast||Patricia Kennedy, Ariana (I), Danyel Cheeks, Samantha York, Mike Horner, Beatrice Valle, Nina Hartley, Shelene, Angela Faith, Joey Silvera, Nikki Sinn, Trixy Tyler, Tom Byron, Jim Sparks|
If that list of gals looks familiar, it's because you remember our news story about most of them being busted in Las Vegas in January 1993, for "infamous crimes against nature" -- what we know better as girl/girl action on stage. The plot here has the gals driving from L.A. to Vegas to appear in Henri Pachard's sexy stage show. Mike Horner's the cop who stops one carload for speeding, settles for a b.j. from P.K., but follows them into town to spy on their sex-lives. (Cute dialogue: Trooper Mike: "Say, you look like a porn star." Patricia: "So do you.")
However, Danyel Cheeks is the real star of the tape -- one might even say a bit overused -- with three anal scenes. The first occurs as part of a pair of anal three-ways at the garage where her car's been towed. Also getting their rears plunged are Nikki Sinn (by Joey), Samantha York (by Jim Sparks), and finally, Danyel (also by Jim), with Samantha there to lick up his cum. Count this as a possible nom for Best Group Scene.
During another of Danyel's anal trysts -- this time doggie style, with a good IPS and facial ending -- look for a sweet striptease by now-retired Angella Faith (this was lensed in '93), who gets it on with studboy Peter North.
Towards the end, the plot re-intrudes, as Horner threatens to arrest Nikki Sinn and Ariana unless they help him get the goods on good-guy politician Tom Byron. This doesn't stop the trio from getting 'way down as Tom provides a memorable doggie on Nikki as she laps Ariana's pussy. In the last moments, Horner bursts in with a camera, leading to the inevitable "to be continued."
Technically, the image and sound are superb, and rock fans will hear a fine soundtrack featuring music from five local bands. Besides being an oddity for the reason stated above, it's obvious that all the gals are into the action. For that reason alone, retailers should stock up.