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Temptations (Video X Pix) 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: John Leslie, Vanessa Del Rio, Gloria Leonard, Marlene Willoughby, Herschel Savage, Jake Teague, Jennifer Welles, Roger Caine, Alexandra Cass, Jack Teague, Hope Stockton, Rocky Millstone, Alexandria Cass, David Innis, Raven Thorp, Laura Pussi, Loretta Swift
Studio: Video-X-Pix

Directed by: Bill Milling
Release date: 10/12/2004
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Bill Eagle's TEMPTATIONS (1976) follows an old voyeur Howard Hugh (Jake Teague) and his personal assistant Raymond (John Leslie) cruising the streets with stops for the old guy to watch couples sucking and fucking throughout the first half of the flick. Enter his wife Rochelle (busty and beautiful Jennifer Welles) who discovers a video tape of a threesome (including Raymond) then makes a tape of her own in this terrific xxx comedy from the classic era. Standard frame. 80 minutes.
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Expose Me, Lovely 
(4.8 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Bobby Astyr, Sunshine, Eve Adams, Jody Maxwell, Annie Sprinkle, Jennifer Welles, Ras Kean, Cecilia Gardner, Sol Weiner, Rod Dumont, Catharine Burgess, Ian Morley, Todd Pembrooke, Yolanda Savalas, J.J. Jones, Jim Castelli, David Miles, Hurant, Armand Weston
Studio: Video-X-Pix

Directed by: Armand Weston
Release date: 3/7/2004
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Produced, directed, written and edited by Armand Weston, EXPOSE ME LOVELY (1976, Video-X-Pix) follows on the heels of the domestic film FAREWELL MY LOVELY (1975) as Ras Kean plays a Philip Marlowe-type character named Frosty Knight, who sucks and fucks his way through the seedy under belly of NYC and solves a case along the way. Look for Annie Sprinkle and Jennifer Wells among the femme fatales and good girls in this porn noir offering. Standard frame. 91 minutes.
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Armand Weston's most narratively complex film which pays homage to film noir while being brilliantly set in the underground world of New York City. A must see.
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