Jonathan Morgan pops up as the Devil, horns and all, in the 12th volume of Jim Powers' hit series "Perverted Stories", but has the good sense to leave his name off the credits. Or maybe he's hiding behind one of the unmatched pseudonyms listed which include Zach Cum and Evil Apache.
Most typical of Powers' oeuvre here is "The Hunger", not a sexy David Bowie/Catherine Deneuve/Susan Sarandon tryst (hard to imagine Big Jim directing talent like that!) but rather featuring an incredibly obese guy (imagine Chris Christie in porn if you have a strong stomach) alongside slumming Kyle Stone and another dude covering sexy redhead Chandler with food and sloppily eating it (and her, figuratively speaking). There's a d.p., not involving fatso, and it is the show's requisite gross-out vignette.
IR action is the name of the game in "The Slave", in which unknown actress Tina Miller is serviced by two Black studs, before being locked in a tiny cage with a guy already in bondage (but let out to partake in the sex).
"Naked Came the Stranger", its title a throwback to that famous (back then) '70s novel and subsequent porn film, has Mickey Lynn at the piano as sleazy Dave Hardman jerks off outside at her picture window. This is the segment where Morgan makes a cameo appearance, arguing with an unidentified Angel figure to try and convince Lynn to have sex or not.
But the finale "The Bums" is the piece de resistance, as director Powers incorporates over-the-top content to justify his series "Perverted" title. It's gonzo queen Candy Apples fleeing from a couple of bums in an alley, including porn's premiere dwarf performer Napoleon. Before they can catch up with her, she hides in some building sitting in a suspension (kinky) harness masturbating; later a threesome occurs and Napoleon gets some.
What's interesting here is that Powers delivers in the BTS short subject a lengthy sequence missing from the feature in which Candy's pleasuring herself includes some impressive self-fisting. He self-censored it from the main show as the once common '70s content had become illegal. Bob Chinn did the same thing famously for the DVD release of his classic 1970s movie "Candy Stripers", relegating the fisting footage to an Easter Egg bonus.
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