The three chief executives of Creative Concepts Systems & Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc. of New York are in hot water as their latest venture has been a huge failure, and their Mafia ...
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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 »
A young director (Tony Hudson) is a struggling filmmaker making hardcore features for the mob. His latest feature, he hopes, will be his big break into the world of "mainstream" filmmaking,... See full summary »
In name only sequel to Deep Throat by the same director, about a confident, swinging, married couple and their two insecure married friends who are about to try cheating on each other for the first time.
A traveler stopping in at a roadside tavern overhears the bartender relating the tale of the local Blair family, whose women have been cursed with an insatiable desire for sex. He decides to do a little investigating on his own.
The three chief executives of Creative Concepts Systems & Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc. of New York are in hot water as their latest venture has been a huge failure, and their Mafia investor, "Mr. Big", wants his $500,000 within 24 hours, or else. So Jimmy, a courier who over hears their plight, suggests they make a porno movie as an easy way of getting back the lost money.Written by
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According to a report in Variety, September 15, 1976, film was originally created as a short subject to book in conjunction with Damiano feature The Story of Joanna (1975). It was expanded to feature length before release, however. See more »
The puppets are all given "porno names" (such as Anthony Quimm) in the credits. See more »
I just recently bought this film (which is very rare in Australia because of it's X rating) and I must say I wasn't expecting much. Let My Puppets Come did have a few laughs in it (some of which are unintentional) and does get better every time you watch it, however it still pales in comparison to Peter Jackson's muppet-bashing classic. I would still say it was worth the $3 I spent on it just to see another smutty puppets film (a 70's porn at that!) and Bloodsucking Freaks star Luis De Jesus in another film role.
I would recommend any fans of Meet the Feebles to check out this little known classic.
Oh yeah, and the X rating is because of the hardcore trailers at the end of the film (the Aussie video release), not LMPC itself, which as NO human sex scenes at all.
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