United Colors of Ass: Part III (1999)

| Adult, Drama | Video

Director:

Wesley Emerson

Writers:

Midori (concept), Rodger Jacobs (as Martin Brimmer)
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Cast

Cast overview:
April Flowers April Flowers ... (as April)
Devinn Lane Devinn Lane ... Julia
India India ... Lady of the House
Jessica Drake ... Patty
Kristen Kristen ... Tammy
Leanni Lei Leanni Lei ... Mari
Chris Cannon Chris Cannon ... Myron
Julian St. Jox Julian St. Jox
Mickey G. Mickey G. ... Cliff Crange
Todd Alexander Todd Alexander ... Pool Boy
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Genres:

Adult | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

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Color
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Followed by United Colors of Ass 10 (2003) See more »

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Interesting series entry, about dirty TV
30 January 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

Long before the video streaming revolution, this volume of the hit porn series concerns a dirty TV network and the in-fighting concerning rival executives fighting for top rungs.

Ratings at SCN (Sensuous Cable Network) are suddenly down and Mickey G. orders his staff to come up with a solution, pronto. Jessica Drake schemes with her colleague Devinn Lane to undermine Mickey G. and shoot their concept of some XXX Reality-TV antics with Jess as host, and they succeed in replacing him at the top.

Wesley Emerson and his scriptwriter Martin Brimmer/Rodger Jacobs (IMDb also credits veteran George Kaplan but he doesn't get a screen credit) fail to take this into interesting dramatic territory, settling for an okay skeleton on which to hang the five sex scenes. It's fun to see two of Wicked Pictures' greatest superstars of the future in action before they were discovered, and the emphasis on interracial sex of this Benetton inspired series holds up well 20 years later, when IR is all the rage.


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