A man orders some "animal ambrosia" so he can turn into animals and be able to watch naked women.




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Cast overview:
Al Hopson ...
William Companion Peters (as Alfred Hopson)
Denise Daniels ...
Blonde with kitten
Mickey Frantz ...
Woman with Goldfish
Margo Mehling ...
Woman with duck
Lana Martin ...
Sunbathing girl
Althea Currier ...
Girl with Guitar
Sue Parker ...
Sunbathing girl
J.S. Lee ...
Baby Bubbles ...
Dancer (as Elaine Jones)
Palva Itano ...
Harem Girl
Candis McKay ...
Harem Girl
Caroline Luis ...
Harem Girl
Ingrid Young ...
Harem Girl


A man orders some "animal ambrosia" so he can turn into animals and be able to watch naked women.

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Saucy, Spicy and Sensuous!


Comedy | Fantasy





Release Date:

14 August 1963 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Petey's Sweeties  »

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1.37 : 1
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Narrator: This story must be told. Otherwise you would never know about it because it could never happen.
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References Sea Hunt (1958) See more »

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Uneventful soft porn - merely an excuse for exhibiting naked flesh
18 June 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

MR. PETERS' PETS hearkens back to that era when a skin flick was literally an opportunity to see some nudity exhibited in a public movie theater. The producer Dick Crane had previously come up with a minor classic GIRL WITH AN ITCH, but this time out provides barely minimal diversion.

The title pet shop owner is devoted to his animals and writes to a distant maharajah in hopes of obtaining "animal ambrosia", to extend the life of the pets. He receives the formula in the mail and works on whipping up a concoction.

Instead the elixir turns him into various animals (briefly) and in that state he is able to indulge in his voyeuristic tendencies towards beautiful women. That's a pretty convoluted approach to the standard peeping gimmick of the era, begun in Russ Meyer's IMMORAL MR. TEAS and seemingly sure-fire at the box office.

The MOS film is quite repetitive and tedious, merely a chance to parade unknown models half undressed before the camera. He converts into a black pussycat, a fish, a duck (in an outdoor sequence at a pond), and a rabbit. The models chosen display nice breasts, and the activities depicted couldn't be more innocent.

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