Stars: Tom Byron, Honey Wilder, Kay Parker, Joanna Storm, Laurie Smith, Janey Robbins, Paul Thomas, Eric Edwards and Marc Wallice
Writer/Direct: Robert McCallum
Running time: 85 minutes
This was likely inspired by the non-porn movie (but it would have converted easily) Private Lessons, about a young man who is seduced by the French maid his family employs. Here Tom Byron plays Jimmy, a "troubled" teen who has what almost every teen wants: a telescope and a direct view into the bedroom of the two hot sluts across the street (Joanna Storm and Laurie Smith). Aunt Diane (Honey Wilder) only sees Jimmy spending all of his time in his bedroom alone and reads it as severe emotional closure, not realizing that all he's really doing is jacking off all day and night.
So Diane hires a private tutor cum therapist, Kay Parker, and leaves them alone for the weekend to work things out. Kay figures out pretty quickly what goes on, breaks Jimmy out of his shell (literally and figuratively) by giving him something that doesn't require a telescope, and "straightens" him out.
The movie breaks down roughly into 10 scenes (per the IAFD):
Scene 1. Joanna Storm, Laurie Smith, Paul Thomas in a three-way, featuring PT in a bunny suit
Scene 2. Tom Byron, a quick one by himself as he watches the threesome through a telescope
Scene 3. Joanna Storm, Laurie Smith in some hot bath-tub lesbo sex
Scene 4. Honey Wilder fantasizes that broadcaster Eric Edwards comes out of the TV and fucks her
Scene 5. Honey Wilder shares some quality time with her Hitachi magic wand
Scene 6. Joanna Storm, Laurie Smith, Blair Harris and Marc Wallice in a goofy costume four-way, including a rare appearance in porn movie of Reynolds Wrap
Scene 7. Kay Parker gives Tom Byron some one-on-one tutoring
Scene 8. Honey Wilder gets a full-body massage from Eric Edwards
Scene 9. Tom Byron plays "Flashlight" with Joanna Storm
Scene 10. Tom Byron puts his new-found confidence to good use laying the wood to Janey Robbins and Honey Wilder
This is an interesting mix of cockamamie plot with a kernel of "I remember that." Byron's very good as the sullen kid who just wants to be left alone, dealing with the hectoring of his aunt who wants to know what's going on and being unable to explain what's really happening. Kay Parker has a nice moment with Tom, explaining that there's no future between them but it's okay. This is followed by Jimmy, passed out after boffing Joanna Storm, is discovered asleep but hard by his aunt and a neighbor (Janey Robbins). Janey wakes him up with some fellatio; when he wakes up he asks, what's going on? "Your getting your cock sucked, kid."
That made me laugh.
Along with all this you got the freaky girls across the street, whether they're banging Paul Thomas in a bunny suit or doing Blair Harris and Marc Wallis in tin-foil, it's always an eye-opener.
One of the best parts of this is simply some legends in their prime. Kay only has the one fuck scene, but she's at the pinnacle of her looks. Honey Wilder's also looking good, and it's one of Joanna Storm's early appearances and she's prime.
Overall, its value depends on a lot on your expectations. It's typical of the period (early 80s); the sex is pretty vanilla—their idea of making things interesting is the tin foil, or doing Honey Wilder missionary-style with her ass on the sofa and her shoulders on the floor. Kay only has one scene and it's intercut with Honey screwing Eric Edwards. Honey's masturbation scene looked authentic but she never took her negligee off. If you like the way things were done in features, it's a good movie. If you're used to the way things are done now, it's quaint.
Special features: not much, just a medicore photo gallery and trailers.
Production values: pretty good, all things considered. Whether it was sourced directly from the film or a videotape, I don't know, but it looks pretty clean and clear and the sound is good. From the movie itself, it looks like a well-shot feature. A few of the scenes, like the backlit moment between Kay and Tom, are downright pretty. The downside is you get the annoying music sountrack.
Final verdict: it's a mixed bag. Kay Parker is at the zenith of her looks, but she's only got one sex scene. Honey Wilder and Joanna Storm are looking great, and the other performers are nothing to scoff at either. The plot is cockamamie but fun, there are bits of humor, and in general it's well made and put together. But it's also very out of date. It's Playboy in a world of Hustler.