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The Man Who Couldn't Get Enough (1974)

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A young architect plans to design a building after the perfect breast and searches for a woman who bears the right model all over London.

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Henry Milligan
Vicki Hodge ...
Hilary
Derek Royle ...
Sir Bernard Storm
Stephanie Marrian ...
Susan (as Stefanie Marrian)
Louise Rush ...
Val
Candy Baker ...
Millie
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Ava
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Mrs. Burrows
Carole Hayman ...
Piano Girl
Jeanette Marsden ...
Hippie
John Aston ...
Postman
Bobby Sparrow ...
Girl in Pub
Zoe Hendry ...
Other Girl
Monika Ringwald ...
Other Girl (as Monica Ringwood)
Glenda Allen ...
Other Girl
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A young architect plans to design a building after the perfect breast and searches for a woman who bears the right model all over London.

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Originally released under the title "Confessions of a Sex Maniac". Following an injunction by Columbia Pictures, makers of the "Confessions" series, it was re-issued under the title "The Man Who Couldn't Get Enough" See more »

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British Sex Comedy With Sex But Without Comedy
12 March 2002 | by (Montreal, Canada) – See all my reviews

A prominent architect, Sir Bernard Storm (Derek Royle), has accepted a lecture tour in the USA when he receives an offer, from Australia, to design a new leisure center. Unable to do the work himself he leaves it in the hands of his slacker assistant Henry (Roger LLoyd-Pack), assisted by their efficient secretary Hilary (Vicki Hodge). Henry, having trouble coming up with an idea for the design, in a drunken stupor hits upon the idea of modeling the building on the shape of a woman's breast. Naturally he then has to search for the perfect female breast. This sets the stage for a series of scenes in which women show their beasts and, often, have sex with Henry, before he finally realizes that Hilary is "perfection".

The ladies are attractive and the movie will probably satisfy "soft porn" fans in that regard. Nudity is generally topless, with some full frontal shots. Unfortunately that is the only attraction of this movie. The principal problem is the performance of Roger Lloyd- Pack in the central role of Henry. He is one dimensional, his facial expression and vocal inflections are unchanged through out the film. Another "actor" of the genre (i.e. Robin Askwith) would at least grin from ear-to-ear when getting the goodies. Vicki Hodge is adequate in an undemanding role. Derek Royle delivers an energetic performance and lifts the film when on screen.

Technical credits are OK but the film coloring seems to be deteriorating. The jazzy music score is a bit repetitive but to be expected in a low budget production.

No one expects strong plots from a "soft porn" sex comedy, its all about how often and how quickly you can get the girls' "kit" off. The film works at this level. However there is very limited "comedy" in this sex comedy. As noted above the performances are limiting, plot thin and dialog simply lacks any spark.


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