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Boxcover for Passages 1
Passages 1 
(2.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Christy Canyon, Heather Hunter, Heather Hart, Marc Wallice, Blake Palmer, Jennifer Stewart
Studio: Vivid

Directed by: Paul Thomas
Release date: 1/18/2006
Passages 1 reviews:
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The Little Details Running Time: 72 min. Production Date: 1991 Director: Paul Thomas Cast: Carolyn Monroe, Christy Canyon, Heather Hart, Jennifer Stewart, Blake Palmer, Marc Dick O Death Wallice, and Peter North The Short Story Initial Expectations: I remember watching this one a lifetime or two ago with very fond memories of it. I'm really hoping it stands up to the test of time. Initial Reaction: It's a great movie and a piss poor DVD. Who Should Watch It : Couples and anybody wanting an adult film with emotion Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting graphic and nasty action The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects look and sound just like they did on VHS. The audio has a nice balance and is mostly clear with a few crackly moments as the girls get extra vocal. The video is presented in the full frame format and looks very dated.
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Boxcover for Lifeguard
(2.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Randy Spears, Jon Dough, Danielle Rogers, Devon Shire, Heather St. Clair, Jennifer Stewart, Lance Carrington, Cerrise, Andre Shields
Studio: Vivid Wave

Directed by: Joe Gage
Release date: 12/20/2000
Lifeguard reviews:
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Cast: Jennifer Stewart, Heather Sinclair ("Heather St. Clair" on box), Danielle Rogers, Casey ("Cerrise" aka K.C. Williams), Devon Shire, Sean Michaels ("Andre Shields"), Lance Haywood ("Lance Carrington"), Randy Spears and Jon Dough Director: Paul Thomas Production date: 12/1/00 (box); 4/27/00 (opening statement); 1990 (VHS release) Length: 76 min. Extras: Ten previews and 24 bonus scenes. This is a double-sided disc, with most of the extras on the flip side. I am unable to find the biographies advertised on the box. Audio/visual quality: During portions of this feature, the audio is imperfectly synched with the video (the actors' mouths move first, and their voices follow a fraction of a second later). Video noise disrupts the picture in a few places, but it's extremely brief and not highly noticeable. Crew members' shadows are occasionally visible. Emphasis is placed on medium length shots, with above average attention to facial expressions.
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