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Chocolate C.H.I.P.S.

Chocolate C.H.I.P.S.

Released Nov 01st, 1987
Running Time 85
Director Ethan Marks
Company Vidco
Cast Tiffany Storm, Billy Dee
Critical Rating AA
Genre Feature



Oh for those halcyon days of yore when Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox roamed the highways of Southern California in pursuit of the elusive Code 493 and a 502 - suspicious males impersonating police officers for sexual gain.

In this instance, book bogus cops P.M. Bradley and Billy Dee on intent to deceive bimbos making improper left hand turn signals. It seems that Dee and Bradley have been watching old Roger Caine adult flicks from the 70's. That's when Caine and his sidekick, Zebedy Colt used to hit on elaborate schemes to weasel girls out of their clothes. As corny and horny as Caine and Colt ever were, Bradley and Dee first try the old fake photo studio gambit. Nice try but no cigar. Caine/Colt did it with more aplomb.

Dee, who's obviously playing the smarter of the two, reasons that "women love cops -- especially fine, white women in fancy cars, waitin' to be stopped;" So now it's off to the costume shop, and on to the highway where they snare luscious Gayle Sterling on a trumped up traffic citation. Proving the "law" can be extremely hypocritical where a beauteous rear end is involved, Sterling is under the impression she's sucked her way out and otherwise of a fine mess. Which of course lends to ridiculous byplay over blackmail and Sterling's husband, Don Fernando, a "real cop" who investigates Bradley and Dee.

Sterling's on-camera action justifies her name, otherwise the overactive jivin' and high fivin' filler material makes us long for some sterling duos of yesteryear.

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