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Let My Puppets Come (1976)

The three chief executives of Creative Concepts Systems & Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc. of New York are in hot water as their latest venture has been a huge failure, and their Mafia ... See full summary »

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Luis De Jesus ...
Mr. Big (as Little Louis)
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Gerard Damiano
Al Goldstein
Viju Krem
Penny Nicholls
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The three chief executives of Creative Concepts Systems & Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc. of New York are in hot water as their latest venture has been a huge failure, and their Mafia investor, "Mr. Big", wants his $500,000 within 24 hours, or else. So Jimmy, a courier who over hears their plight, suggests they make a porno movie as an easy way of getting back the lost money. Written by Luke Winterton <frednerk666@hotmail.com>

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Adult | Comedy | Musical

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16 February 1976 (USA)  »

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Let My Puppets Go  »

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According to a report in Variety, September 15, 1976, film was originally created as a short subject to book in conjunction with Damiano feature The Story of Joanna (1975). It was expanded to feature length before release, however. See more »

Crazy Credits

The puppets are all given "porno names" (such as Anthony Quimm) in the credits. See more »


Soundtracks

Sensuous Woman
Lyrics by Cosmo Richard Falcon
Music by Cus Motto
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27 January 2001 | by (Connecticut, USA) – See all my reviews

Yes, this is puppet pornography. Easily one of the most bizarre films I've ever seen, Let My Puppets Come can only be compared to one other film, Peter Jackson's excellently silly Meet the Feebles. All I can say is that you are in for an interesting 50 minutes. It shouldn't be exceedingly hard to find a copy, heck, it's on DVD.


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