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Street Asylum (1990)

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(as Gregory Brown)

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(story) (as Gregory Brown), (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Arliss Ryder
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Capt. Bill Quinton
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Jim Miller
Roberta Vasquez ...
Kristen
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Sgt. 'Joker' Tatum
Jesse Doran ...
Det. Stoddard
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Burney
Marie Chambers ...
Dr. Weaver Cane
Jesse Aragon ...
Raton
Lisa Marlowe ...
Melissa
Galen Yuen ...
Popeye the Pimp
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Reverend Mony
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Teen Jesus (as James Bershad)
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Tattoo
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Alfie the Transvestite
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This Cop Isn't Losing His Mind - It's Being Taken From Him!


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6 June 1990 (USA)  »

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Ryder  »

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[after beating up entire gang]
Arliss Ryder: All of a sudden I went animal.
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Doctors' Office Music
Written, Arranged and Performed by Kevin Axt
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Roberta Vasquez fans
23 August 2001 | by (sf bayarea) – See all my reviews

She is long in the tooth these days, but in Street Asylum, she is dressed like a hot dominatrix under a trench coat when she visits E. Gordon Liddy's office and proceeds to punish this bad boy of Watergate breakin fame. I am at odds why Liddy even accepted this role to be dominated by a mere woman when his life is punctuated with prison daliances and scary stuff that would make any normal man cring with fear. But there he is, ordered to drop trou, by the very beautiful, Hispanic Vasquez of Playboy and Victoria's Secret fame and gets a bona fide ass whipping which sends him into convulsions of ecstacy and sensual pleasure. I guess because it IS G. Gordon Liddy this all makes sense. Sort of. s/a


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