Reviews of Alan Colberg Movies

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Boxcover for All Night Long and Tapestry of Passion: Double Feature
All Night Long and Tapestry of Passion: Double Feature 
(4.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: John Holmes, John Leslie, Annette Haven, Leslie Bovee, Desiree West, Sharon Thorpe, Joan Devlon, Melba Bruce, Suzy Chung, Toni Scott, Veronica Taylor, George 'Buck' Flower, Ric Lutze, Marius Mazmanian, Mick Jones, Esther Walker, Patrick Wright, Tallie Chochrane, Brenda Fogarty, Bobbi Jewell, Joan Morris, Lucy Coley, Donna Bowman, Cece Cochran, Charles Blessing, Linda McGain, Lydia Forsythe, Marion Wilcox, Marge Minter, Robin Sutherland
Studio: Vinegar Syndrome

Directed by: Alan Colberg
Release date: 7/8/2014
All Night Long and Tapestry of Passion: Double Feature reviews:
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This release from Vinegar Syndrome collects two films from director Alan Colberg and star John Holmes. Tapestry of Passion, the eighth Johnny Wadd film, doesn't fit in well with the series, but is an amazing adult film from the 1970s and should not be missed. All Night Long is a comedy, which is okay but nowhere on the level of Tapestry of Passion. The presentation of both films by Vinegar Syndrome is amazing.
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Sissy's Hot Summer 
(1.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Sharon Kane, John Holmes, Jeff Scott, Johnny Harden, Mimi Morgan, Laurien Dominique, Susan Nero, Tony Bond, Aubrey Nichols, Candida Royalle, Lisa Loring, Nala Grebloc, Bob Glen
Studio: Caballero

Directed by: Alan Colberg, Laurie Colberg
Release date: 3/21/2006
Sissy's Hot Summer reviews:
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The Little Details Running Time: 73 min. Production Date: 1979 Director: Aaron Colberg Cast: Aubrey Nichols, Sharon Kane (listed here as Jennifer Walker), Laurien Dominique, Lisa K. Loring, Mimi Morgan (listed here as Michelle Moore), Susan Nero, Jeff Scott, Joey Silvera, John Holmes, Johnny Hardin, Tony Bond, and Candida Royalle in a non-sex role The Short Story Initial Expectations: Golden age porn can be very hit or miss for me, but it's going to be fun to see Sharon Kane back when she first started. Initial Reaction: It's nothing special. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting short scenes Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting a DVD where it looks like the company cares about their product The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects are fairly poor. The audio is decently balanced, and I didn't really notice any background noises to interfere with the action. The video is presented in the full frame format, and showed very little effort.
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