Carmel Moore

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  • Carmel Moore (born June 19, 1985 in Eastbourne, England) is a British-born Persian pornographic actress . She was named Best Female Actress at the 2007 UK Adult Film and Television Awards for her role in the film Hug a Hoodie.
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Girls Night Out Erotic Fantasies Featuring Carmel Moore
Girls Night Out Erotic Fantasies Featuring Carmel Moore
Kymberly is having a sexy party! She wants to show you some of her sexy Playmates!
See her girls at home and at play. Teasing and pleasing until you just can t take anymore. You won t believe your eyes. These starlets will do just about anything to make you squirm in your seat.
Who knows..... if you re lucky, she may have a few treats in store for you too!
Girls Night Out, featuring the blond bombshell Carmel Moore is over 2 hours of non-stop erotic action packed with bonus features!
Feature Scenes:
Stripteases, Masturbation, Panty Teasing, Public Nudity
Bonus Scene:
Kymberly Jane's Masturbation Technique
Bonus Materials:
Up close and personal Interviews:
Kymberly Jane - Nude interview:
Kymberly discusses the nude modeling business, and what she looks for in the "Ideal Man".
Carmel Moore:
Carmel discusses life in America and at home in england, and how she got into the business.
Photoshoots:
behind the scene video photoshoots of Carmel Moore, Kymberly Jane, Raven and Stardust
Carmel Moore Workout:
See what Carmel does to keep her body in shape for you

Carmel Moore:
Carmel is a new adult superstar from Sussex england that has taken America by storm! Her petite frame and enhanced assets has graced the cover of numerous video covers and her smoldering performances are destined to keep her as a favorite in the adult entertainment and modeling industry
Kymberly Jane:
Kimberly Jane, is one of the most popular models today. Her "all-natural" assets has kept her an in demand print and video vixen for years. Her playful relaxing demeanor leaves no wonder why she has earned a top spot among hundreds of photographers and millions of lucky viewers.
Jody Kovac:
Jody is a statuesque beauty that is new on the scene. She is very eager to show off her 5' 10" frame for you. This was her first video performance for us, and we assure you it wont be her last.
Raven:
Raven is a jet-black haired hard rockin' beauty that is also brand new on the modeling scene. We caught up with her as she relaxes around the house. She offers a nice balance of "girl next door" nice and downright naughty while teasing and pleasing for the camera and a few unsuspecting neighbors .
Caludine:
Caludine is a very busty model that conjures memories of the modeling icon Bettie Page. This "retro" model uses her exotic appearance, innocent smile and dangerous curves for an unforgettable erotic performance.
Stardust:
an "Alt" model whose dark side had to be released. stardust wanted to "bare it all" in a public setting so we assumed next to a downtown construction site would be appropriate. A mid- afternoon backdrop of Brick and Mortar instead of a sterile indoor studio was all it took to get this exibitionist going.

Flowing Well Park, Carmel, IN
Flowing Well Park, Carmel, IN
Cody Moore (2010) edited
Flowing Well Park, Carmel, IN
Flowing Well Park, Carmel, IN
Cody Moore (2010)
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Myra Breckinridge
Raquel Welch, Mae West, Rex Reed, Farrah Fawcett. The controversial, comedic tale of a gay man who has a sex-change operation in order to bilk his rich uncle out of his fortune. 1970/color/94 min/R/fullscreen.

We can safely call it one of the most notorious films in Hollywood history: Myra Breckenridge, the wild, tasteless, legendary disaster. Sprung from a novel by Gore Vidal, Myra tells the tender tale of a man (damply played by film critic Rex Reed) who has a sex-change operation and goes to Hollywood as a woman--played by Raquel Welch. Mae West creaked out of retirement to play a man-hungry agent (one of her meals is young Tom Selleck), and John Huston is an aging cowboy star, Myra's nemesis. To say the movie endorses the destruction of sex roles in modern society would be giving the rampant incoherence too much credit. Old film clips, plus footage (all too apt!) of atomic bomb tests are spliced into the action, to puerile effect. Almost everybody involved with the film disowned it, especially a horrified Vidal. Is there a cult for this movie? They can have it. --Robert Horton