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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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(as Seymour Tuchus)
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Cast

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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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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25 December 1964 (USA)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

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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Spoofs The Mummy (1932) See more »

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One of the best in its genre.
15 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

Years before Peter Perry renamed himself Bethel Buckalew and started filming explicit hillbilly softcore features, he was just another Russ Meyer clone filming nudie-cuties for underground cinema, art houses and men's clubs. Unlike Meyer, who had his females portrayed as equals to the men in his films, Perry pretty much has the women portrayed here as mere sex objects and chattels. Yeah, maybe it is wrong but you wonder if that line of thought still holds true in the minds of some today.

The movie is about an alien who goes over to see the lecherous Mr. Breedlove and his cave of monsters in order to buy women for his planet for reproduction purposes. The film is just an excuse to watch fully dressed women take it all off. It's like being at a burlesque house of the era when the women were fully dressed instead of going on stage in lingerie or bikinis. While we watch them disrobe, Sterilox and Mr. Breedlove deliver some hilariously bad dialogue as they watch them from a portal.

Yes, the film is extremely cheap looking and probably cost very little to make but it probably made a huge profit. Also, the film has a little sensuality in it as by 1964 they were getting a little more daring and were not just offering up nudity without any spice like they did earlier in the decade.

It is definitely worth checking out if you want to see the evolution of the adult film. It is on DVD but is also aired on Drive-In Classics in Canada.


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