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Kiss Me Quick! (1964)

Sterilox, asexual ambassador from a distant planet, comes down to earth in search of feminine breeding stock. A mad scientist treats the alien to dancing sex robots.

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Credited cast:
Max Gardens ...
Dr. Breedlove / The Grand Glom (as Manny Goodtimes)
Frank A. Coe ...
Sterilox / Frankenstein Monster (as Fattie Beltbuckle)
Natasha ...
Boobra
Jackie De Witt ...
Kissme (as Jackie)
Bibi ...
Barebra
Claudia Banks ...
Hotty Totty (as Claudia)
Althea Currier ...
Gertie Tassle (as Althea)
Donna ...
Gigi String
Lucky ...
Lotta Cash
Pat Hall ...
Gina Catchafanni (as Pat)
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Sterilox, asexual ambassador from a distant planet, comes down to earth in search of feminine breeding stock. A mad scientist treats the alien to dancing sex robots. Written by M. Gumen

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25 December 1964 (USA)  »

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Older reference books, including the American Film Institute Catalog published in 1976, list Russ Meyer as the director of this film, but he was not involved with its production at all. See more »

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References Forbidden Planet (1956) See more »

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great for its genre
31 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kiss Me Quick is a masterpiece of its genre (nudie cutie), accepting of course that the genre has fairly low standards. The film has humor, which separates it from some of its competitors. It also has attractive girls, some especially so in the mid-sixties sort of way. Somehow the women in those days managed to look attractive and voluptuous without looking slutty. Harry Novak, the Producer, said that most of the women were recruited from the Classic Cat, which was a strip club in Los Angeles. In those days strippers didn't have tattoos or body piercings or look like they could kick your butt.

This film was made during the ear of monster popularity. The Addams Family and the Munsters were big hits on television, so of course we get monsters as the male characters in the film. Short on plot, this film is basically wall-to-wall women dancing without wearing too many clothes. But more importantly, it wasn't intended to be anything more than that; its reach did not exceed its grasp.

The final scene, with the woman coming down a conveyor belt and having labels slapped on them was a stroke of pure artistic genius.


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