In the solitude of a secluded hillside mansion, a beautiful photographer retreats to re-evaluate old relationships and career. Instead, she will soon discover that forbidden taboos can swiftly turn into obsession.
Miss Jones is tired of her life and commits suicide. She comes to a place where its decided if she will end up in Heaven or Hell. Because of her suicide she should go to Hell but she has ... See full summary »
Pornography meets Pygmalion. Misty, the hooker, meets the sexologist who thinks he can transform her from "the nadir of passion" into someone who inspires passion. While Misty is trained ... See full summary »
A female friend of a sexually frustrated mother tries broadening her horizons with a sex orgy. Though avoiding it, the new feelings inside her cause her to force herself on her sleeping son. To her amazement, the seduction is mutual.
Alice is a virginal librarian, cheerful and outgoing, who acts and dresses younger than her age. She rebuffs William, a suitor, because he's insistent on behavior she considers inappropriate: she's a prude. While daydreaming about reliving her life, a white rabbit taps her on the shoulder, and she follows him to Wonderland, where playful animals and people introduce her to her imagination and to pleasure. After encounters with the imperious Queen of Hearts, Alice decides that Wonderland may not be for her, and she longs for William.Written by
Despite the fact that Bucky Searles composed an extensive score, conducted by no less than Peter Matz, no soundtrack album was ever released. See more »
During "A Nice Girl Like You" when the woman "riding" the knight is lifted up, it's revealed that the knight's pants are still fully up, revealing that the sex is simulated. See more »
Queen of Hearts:
[Alice is asking for a fair trial]
A Trial? Where is it written, that we have to give you a trial?
It says so right here in this book.
[showing the King of Hearts and the Queen of Hearts the book "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"]
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Sound effects by The Magician and The Wizard See more »
Two versions available: a hardcore version and an edited soft core version. The original 1976 soft-core version was rated "X" (in the USA) but this rating was self applied. In 1977, the soft-core version received an official rating from the MPAA, a rating of "R". The hard core version, was released on video in the 1980s with a self applied "X" rating. See more »
I agree with Rick who previously reviewed this. The soft core "R" version is excellent. The hard core version released later is so disjointed that it is a hardship to watch. The extra hard core scenes detract from the great movie and are truly extraneous.
While originally intended to be a true hard core porno, but the first with a true big budget and quality, Bill chickened out and opted to release an edited "R" rated version instead. That version is the one that everyone loves.
Years later, he succumbed to the pressure from curiosity seekers and added in much of the footage originally left on the cutting room floor, and released the X rated version.
It's pretty obvious when watching the X rated version when these scenes appear.
If you like adult spoofs of fairy tales, quality acting, singing, costumes and sets, then by all means get the "R" rated version. You'll enjoy it.
If you're an avid collector, get both versions.
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