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Hot Reunion

Released: Aug 01st, 1994
Running Time: 80
Director: Greg Young
Company: Image Video
Cast: Karl Radford, Kevin Kramer, Tanner Reeves, Antonio (II), Derek Moore, Alex Wilde, Damien (II), Johnny Rey, Damien Crosse
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

The sole reason that this "reunion" is hot is because of two sex scenes. Damien makes a rare comeback and we're delighted to see that he hasn't changed in the looks or crotch department. He's at a place that's supposed to be a bar (it looks more like a kitchen) and he reminisces over beers about his old military days with Alex Wilde, who had a rep for being the best cocksucker in the barracks. Damien soon finds out.

However, the better very hot 69 scene is of award-winning quality between Johnny Rey and the ever-popular newcomer Tanner Reeves. Their sex scene, with Johnny sneaking up on the napping Tanner, is certainly uplifting, and is shot well (except for poor lighting which casts harsh shadows on the wall behind them).

Karl Radford unzips Antonio's pants and gets to his fly pretty quickly, but Antonio doesn't seem into it at all. Blond Kramer is spiffing up in the shower and gets delayed by Moore, and that's the only other scene worth mentioning.

Point out the Rey/Reeves scene to your customers for maximum marketing effect.


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Johnny Rey
Karl Radford
Tanner Reeves
Alex Wilde
Damien Crosse
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Antonio (II)
Damien (II)
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