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Ted V. Mikels
Sally Alice Gamble
I've far as nudies go, I've seen a lot worse than this but I guess that's not very high of a recommendation. Ted V. Mikels directed this film, which clocks in at just 63-minutes and tells three different stories involving not sex but just nudity. One has a man turning into a dog. There's another dealing with someone fixated on mannequins. The final involves a man haunted by nude women cleaning his house. DR. SEX reminds me of how lucky guys have it today since if they want to see some nudity they just have to jump online and do a search. Watching movies like this make me respect those in the 60's that had to run out to a theater and watch something bad like this just so they could see a few boobs. This film is pretty bad for a number of reasons but I'm sure men back in 1964 were thankful for the naked ladies who show up here. As far as the story goes, none of the three are all that entertaining and especially one early one where the doctor talks about a woman and pretty much just narrates everything she's doing. She's getting home. She's getting undressed. She's pouring a bath. And so on. There are some unintentionally funny lines throughout the picture but it's doubtful this is what people are going to be interested in. At least all of the ladies are extremely cute and it's clear that Mikels could at least film them well.
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