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Herschell Gordon Lewis (original screenplay)
Bert Ray (original screenplay)
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6 November 1968 (USA) See more »
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A nerdy professor who has no luck with women builds beautiful female robots to satisfy his sexual desires. | Add synopsis »
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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
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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81 min

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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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Why, Hersel, why?????, 11 May 2005
Author: movieman_kev from United States

A nerdy professor and his lecherous sleazy old man lab partner build robotic ladies cause he can't get any in real life.They use a machine that makes the most annoying sounds I have EVER heard (well besides those that emanate from Al Franklin i mean). Supremely unfunny, boring, horribly acted, and a tedious LONG chore to sit through, all combine to make this one of the worst comedies that I have EVER seen. I hated this as much as Doctore Gore. And that, my friend, is a lot. This movie can be found as a bonus second feature on Something Weird's "Doctor Gore" DVD (Yet another reason never to buy said DVD EVER)

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