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Teenage Hustler


Studio: Classic X
Category:  Classic , Feature film
Director: Ricado Malatoté
Starring: Olinka, Franklin Clemente, Rick Martino, Glenda Turner, Barbara O'Farrell, Liz Wilson
Release Date: 10/15/2001
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INTRODUCTION The first pornographic review Ill ever write is for a cheeky little film by the name of Teenage Hustler. The film is based around the antics of a young sex maniac by the name of English Billy who always puts women first and often gets into trouble as a result. Teenage Hustler is a light-hearted romp that will most likely keep its audience smiling, but at the same time the movie as several flaws that cannot be ignored and keep it from being a legendary masterpiece. The film opens with a female narrator with an English accent setting the scene in Hollywood, California. No matter their reasons for coming to Hollywood, they come, and come, and come. one of my favorite opening lines from a film.
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