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Documentary look at the 1996-97 effort of the dancers and support staff at a San Francisco peep show, The Lusty Lady, to unionize. Angered by arbitrary and race-based wage policies, ... See full summary »
A departure from the traditional Playboy video fare. Title is shot entirely on the grounds of the Playboy Mansion, and includes some historic footage regarding the events that took place ... See full summary »
Jennifer Lynn Allan,
Three girls are on the run from a group of disbanded soldiers. Nowhere to go they come across a lonely widow to seek refuge. Risking her life to save the young women the widow only demands erotic pleasure in exchange.
The casual viewer might consider this just another in a long production line of Playboy specials, but a true fan of the uber thespian who is Emma Harrison will be able to appreciate this brief epic for what it is. A chance to see her nekkid!
Most of the locales are stock-standards from the Playboy echelons (they must get a cut-price rate on their sets) and Emma does her best to look sexy in a bubble bath, sprawled across a bed, etc.
It's interesting to note that this is the last thing she did of any accord before disappearing in the mire that is LA. The film is (sadly) not available in her home country (Australia) where it probably stands a chance of actually renting. In fact, I don't think it has ever even screened there. Odd.
In short; if you're a fan, try track down a copy. (You won't be disappointed). If you don't know her from a hole in the wall, there's nothing here that will really get your motor running (although she is a damn attractive woman).
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