Reviews of Josephine Carrington Movies

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Boxcover for Miss Passion & Love Bites
Miss Passion & Love Bites 
(2.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Tom Byron, Peter North, Ginger Lynn, Amber Lynn, Heather Wayne, Nicole West, Crystal Breeze, Tony Martino, Andre Bolla, Chuck Martino, Eric Edwards, Gail Force, Rick Savage, Lisa De Leeuw, Rachel Ashley, Harry Reems, Susan Hart, Paul Barresi, Buffy Davis, Steve Powers, Kevin James, Patricia Manning, Greg Rome, Rikki Blake, Dan T. Mann, Ali Moore, Alan Royce, Craig Roberts, Suze Randall, Josephine Carrington, Roger Blade
Studio: Suze Randall

Directed by: Suze Randall
Release date: 4/18/2005
Miss Passion & Love Bites reviews:
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Miss Passion and Love Bites Double Feature Directed by: Suze Randall - Initial Thoughts: Flashback time, back to the days of bush and big hair. For this disc, we take a trip back to the 80's, when Amber and Ginger Lynn were all the rage in porn, and features ruled the day. Suze Randall brings us a double feature, one movie from each of these two super babes catalogue. Miss Passion features Ginger Lynn, and is hosted by Suze Randall as "Suze Cooze" and is kind of this mix between a sexual exhibition and a porn gameshow, basically the precursor to Gonzo, with some style and costumes added. Love Bites features Amber Lynn, and is more of a traditional feature, with a focus on fantasy. Both features are cut down a bit, "Miss Passion is missing about 19 minutes and 2 scenes, Ginger and Traci and Steve Drake and Traci. "Love Bites" is missing nearly 25 minutes, and I couldn't find how many scenes since there was no good breakdown anywhere I looked. Again Traci is the reason.
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Ribald Tales Of Canterbury, The 
(4.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Peter North, Mike Horner, Marc Wallice, Tony Martino, Hyapatia Lee, Jon Martin, Buffy Davis, Beverly Bliss, Josephine Carrington, Colleen Brennan, Stevie Taylor, Patty Petite
Studio: Caballero

Directed by: Bud Lee
Release date: 9/12/2003
Ribald Tales Of Canterbury, The reviews:
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Synopsis Being a history buff and a porn fiend can be tough sometimes, but The Ribald Tales of Canterbury made it a little fun. I've recently spent some time re-exploring my mis-spent youth, and this is my first review. The Tales is essentially the stories a bunch of travelers tell each other on their way to Canterbury. See Geoffrey Chaucer for more details. There is a bunch of horse riding with recounts (and sex scenes) sprinkled throughout. The Cast There are some ugly motherfuckers up in here, but I feel the women more than make up for it. The Lord of Bath (Bud Lee) is homely, but the Queen (Josephine Carrington) is very fine. Hyapatia is the lead for this flick, and she has 3 really nice scenes, but she wasn't the stand out for my stand out. One thing that I found interesting was the averageness of the women, and I don't mean that in a bad way. For instance Cheri Janvier is an attractive woman, but her proportions are all wrong for porn. Big thighs and butt, with small titties.
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