Ava Vincent: Blonde Vixxxen (2002)

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Ava Vincent Ava Vincent ... (archive footage)
Chloe Chloe ... (archive footage)
Gina Ryder ... (archive footage)
Mia Smiles Mia Smiles ... (archive footage)
Charlene Aspen Charlene Aspen ... (archive footage)
Lena Ramon Lena Ramon ... (archive footage)
Suzie Sweet Suzie Sweet ... (archive footage) (as Suzy Sweet)
Steven St. Croix ... (archive footage) (as Steven St Croix)
Mickey G. Mickey G. ... (archive footage) (as Mickey G)
Mark Davis ... (archive footage)
Michael J. Cox Michael J. Cox ... (archive footage) (as Michael J Cox)
Alec Metro Alec Metro ... (archive footage)
John Decker John Decker ... (archive footage)
Herschel Savage ... (archive footage)
Chris Cannon Chris Cannon ... (archive footage)
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Adult

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USA

Language:

English

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2002 (USA) See more »

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Adam & Eve Pictures See more »
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Out of context excerpts
20 December 2017 | by lor_See all my reviews

Too much of Ava Vincent can be a bad thing, or at least a pointless thing, as demonstrated in this compilation from Adam & Eve of eleven sex scenes featuring the blonde star. Taken out of context from their original feature narratives, they are reduced to generic sex that lacks all the potency this lovely actress brought to her best work back before gonzo crowded story line porn out of the marketplace.

"Perfectly Flawless" and "Emerald Rain" provide two scenes each. Joey Ray is featured in both "Perfectly Flawless" excerpts, though in one of these he is merely voyeur watching lesbian action between Ava and Charlene Aspen.

Titles drawn upon come from Adam & Eve's golden age, and must be viewed in their entirety rather than chopped-up excerpts as presented here, which do not do them justice.


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