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Writers:
Herschell Gordon Lewis (original screenplay)
Bert Ray (original screenplay)
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Release Date:
6 November 1968 (USA) See more »
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Will Sexy Girls Overrun the Country? See more »
Plot:
A nerdy professor who has no luck with women builds beautiful female robots to satisfy his sexual desires. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Robert Wood ... Percy Corly
Bobbi West ... Agnes Turnbull / Dream Girl
Jim Vance ... Dr. Hamilcar West
Elizabeth Davis ... Mrs. Corley
Brett Jason Merriman ... Mr. Turnbull
Geraldine Young ... Mrs. Turnbull
Margie Lester ... Dr. West's Dream Girl
W.C. Shue
Shelley Houston
Eddie R. Mohr
Dolores Johnson ... Computer Girl #1 (as Delores Johnson)
Joseph Smith
June Marie
Kathy Cole
Mary Robbins
Judith Waterbury
Paul Jensen
Sandra Hurley
Toni Newsholme
Barry Frieddpfer
Robert Lennard
Josie Lancaster
Robert Morrison

Directed by
Herschell Gordon Lewis 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Herschell Gordon Lewis  original screenplay (as Sheldon Seymour)
Bert Ray  original screenplay (as Bert Wray)

Produced by
David Chudnow .... executive producer
Herschell Gordon Lewis .... producer
 
Original Music by
Larry Wellington (background music arranged by)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Allison Louise Downe .... assistant director (as Louise Downe)
 
Art Department
Robert Enrietto .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Spyridon Hortis .... sound recordist (as Spyridon Horiatis)
Herschell Gordon Lewis .... special computer sound effects (as Seymour Sheldon)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Roy Collodi .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Alex Ameri .... associate editor (as Eskandar Ameripoor)
Richard Brinkn .... editorial supervisor
 
Other crew
Paul Jensen .... assistant to production manager
Ralph Mullin .... assistant to production manager
J.G. Patterson Jr. .... assistant to producer
Steve White .... assistant to production manager
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Percy's red car is an Isetta, an Italian mini-car made in the '60s.See more »
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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
BUT...I...LOVE...YOU..., 27 September 2001
Author: ritamarlowe17 from LA, CA

Argh! How can I begin to try to describe this? It's all about this science-type professor named Percy who drives a hilarious car and doesn't care about girls, even though his creepy mother really wants some grandkids. His lab partner is a dirty old man who invents a machine that can build robot girls after twenty minutes of making annoying belching and screeching sounds. The robot girls love this old guy down so hard that he decides to go on with the rest of his life inside his computer. Then, he coaxes Percy into having these wild adventures so that he can soak them up and live vicariously through him. Well, at least that's what I think is happening, the movie isn't very clear. After some time of this, Percy decides that he's tired of living for his pervert robot partner and reprograms him to get away. I really hoped the movie would be over at this point, but it goes on for another five hours or so when Percy leaves the lab and meets up with the girl of his dreams. They go out for a date where he gives her not one, but two stuffed toy rabbits and they leer at another couple making out in the park. How romantic.

Now, I love bad movies, but this was really hard to take. Especially the neverending scenes of the computer wheels turning and the irritating noises coming from them. I would only recommend this to watch with lots of friends and booze. A prime candidate for MST-ification.

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