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Linda Lovelace for President (1975)

R | | Comedy | April 1975 (USA)
An intentionally campy film designed to capitalize on Linda Lovelace's sudden fame following "Deep Throat", this film centers around Linda's fictional grass roots campaign to run for ... See full summary »

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(as Claudio Guzman), (uncredited)

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(as Jack S. Margolis)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Linda Lovelace
Fuddle Bagley ...
Abdul Ali Umagooma
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Rev. Billy Easter
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Capt. Neldor (as Jack De Leon)
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Lt. Fenwick
Joey Forman ...
Chow Ming
Danny Goldman ...
Bruce Whippoorwill
Garry Goodrow ...
Adolph Von Luftwafter
Roberta Kent ...
Monte Landis ...
B.S.
Morgan Upton ...
The 'Veep'
Fetchuttini Alfredo ...
Mayor Wasp
Rod Arrants ...
Boone
Kent Browne ...
Wally Anchorman
Robert Burton ...
Huck Fish
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An intentionally campy film designed to capitalize on Linda Lovelace's sudden fame following "Deep Throat", this film centers around Linda's fictional grass roots campaign to run for president. Touring the country with a rag-tag team of strange and wacky people, hilarity supposedly ensues at every stop. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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R | See all certifications »

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April 1975 (USA)  »

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Hot Neon  »

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Stafford Repp's final film role. See more »

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References The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) See more »

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Less ordeal than ordure

A country-looking, healthy-skinned, lithe and robust Linda Lovelace reads lines clunkily, but has a gentle, unpretentious charm in this Altman-derivative idjit jamboree, a sketch comedy about the state-of-the-art fellatrix's run for the Oval Office. (Yes, it IS oddly prescient!) In Lovelace's memoirs, the account of the making of this movie (directed, according to her, by old blaxploitation hand Arthur Marks) is hellacious; what's on the screen seems like a blend of HEE HAW and a Maoist-era Godard movie (in its cheapness and improvisatoriness, that is). I especially liked the young bohunk who married an orangutan and gave birth to a talking chimp who sounded somewhere between Minnie Pearl and Minnie Ripperton.


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