It's 1962, and while JFK deals with the Cuban missile crisis, LBJ phones FBI Chief G. Edgar Hooter and tells him to "come up with something to get the damned newspapers off our backs", the American people need some good news, oh and by the way, find a job for his niece, Myra Blow Johnson. Chief Hooter pairs the former Dallas PD meter maid with one of his best agents, Jeffrey T. Spaulding. After familiarizing themselves with surveillance photos of the club owner known as Top Cat, his girlfriend Mousey, and some of the club's regular patrons, and, after familiarizing themselves with each other, they set out to infiltrate The Bitter End, a coffeehouse the chief is convinced is a front for a communist spy ring. Spaulding poses as beat poet Sherlock while Myra becomes Mona, a neophyte beatnik chick looking for guidance. Sherlock piques the interest of the waitress, Quiche Lorraine, and hangs around after the coffeehouse closes to pursue that lead. Mona arranges to meet with biker Horace the following day. At Horace's pad, Mona meets his friend Maynard, and is introduced to the "double-barreled shotgun", which Horace explains is the bohemian way. Mona asks if Bohemia is close to Russia. When their in-depth investigation fails to uncover any communist plot, Hooter falsifies Spaulding's report and arrests Top Cat, putting his agents in a moral quandary. —MayorDefacto <MayorDefacto@gmail.com>
A lot of hot steamy action..
This is one good adult film, Britt Morgan is dirtier than ever and the dialogue is silly but fun, many hot scenes mostly with a very sexy Britt, a film worth to see. 9/10
- Mar 13, 2002
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