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I Made Marian

I Made Marian

Released Sep 01st, 1993
Running Time 81
Director Scotty Fox
Company Yellow Pepper Productions
Cast Makala, Marc Wallice, Nick East, Celeste (I), Francesco Le, Teddi Austin, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Feature



For curiosity's sake, I Made Marian commands attention because it stars the pre-surgically-enhanced Celeste. Bear in mind, however, that there's no satirical relevance to the current Men In Tights. Just as well because that feature sucks, and I Made Marian goes a lot further with a lot less.

Celeste plays a plain, contemporary woman whom bored advertising slickster Jonathan Morgan meets in a bar. Morgan gives her a great pickup line, I might add. As kind of an interoffice game. Morgan plans to mount a campaign for client Makala using Celeste as a symbol of raw, animalistic, undiluted passion. Fat chance, buddies Mick East and Marc Wallice think, and Morgan begins playing Celeste like a harp to get her passions tuned to the proper pitch for when the proper time comes.

Morgan's agency is called Sherwood Advertising, where every one seems to be named after a merry man, and arrows of manhood fly indiscriminately into the bush. Office secretary Teddi Austin gets sandwiched by Wallice and Kris Newz and, later, gets tit-fucked by Nick East who sees her, not Celeste, as the campaign's ace-in-the-hole. Makala gets doggie-fucked by East and lets him come on her tits while Morgan, after a couple of teasing near-misses with Celeste, winds up plowing her bent over his desk.

Sexually, there's lots of provocative body angles provided by the astute camerawork; but, structurally, the show wraps up like it's on it's way to the crusades. Correct rne if I'm wrong but Makala on the boxcover is a dead ringer for Married With Children's Katie Sagal— at least in this shot.

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