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Release Date:
April 1975 (USA) See more »
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It's a Panic! It's an Event! It's a Happening! See more »
Plot:
An intentionally campy film designed to capitalize on Linda Lovelace's sudden fame following "Deep Throat"... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Even as a time capsule this film is dull and unfunny See more (9 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Linda Lovelace ... Herself
Fuddle Bagley ... Abdul Ali Umagooma

Val Bisoglio ... Rev. Billy Easter
Jack DeLeon ... Capt. Neldor (as Jack De Leon)

Micky Dolenz ... Lt. Fenwick
Joey Forman ... Chow Ming
Danny Goldman ... Bruce Whippoorwill
Garry Goodrow ... Adolph Von Luftwafter
Roberta Kent ... Jack Henderson
Monte Landis ... B.S.
Morgan Upton ... The 'Veep'
Fetchuttini Alfredo ... Mayor Wasp
Rod Arrants ... Boone
Kent Browne ... Wally Anchorman
Robert Burton ... Huck Fish
Jack Collins ... Honest John

Scatman Crothers ... Super Black
Robert Emmett II ... Rocky Brooksbrother
Alfredo Fetchuttini ... The Assassinator
Stanley Myron Handelman ... Messenger (as Stanley Myron Handleman)

Marty Ingels ... Ronald Trixie
Diki Lerner ... Director (as Richard 'Diki' Lerner)
Vaughn Meader ... Rev. Sacrifice

Art Metrano ... The Sheik (as Arthur Metrano)
Barbara Minkus ... Mousey Lady
John Myhers ... Billy Leroy Boy
Louis Quinn ... Dirty Guy #1
Joe E. Ross ... Dirty Guy #2
Patricia Stich ... Lucy McKissack
Roy Stuart ... Veep Candidate
Robert Symonds ... Uncle Sam

David Ankrum ... Frat Boy #1
David Blatt ... Hillbilly
Earl Jolly Brown ... Polmes
Edwin Cook ... Man in Forest
Eugene Elman ... Gross Man (as Gene Elman)
Harvey Grant ... Five Star General (as Hank Grant)
Jack Grapes ... Ron Haffkine
Diane Lee Hart ... Harem Girl
Ralph Hoopes ... Man in Elevator
Laura Justin ... Hillbilly Girl
Bo Kaprall ... Bob Arbogast
Richard Kleiner ... Polish Bowler
Georgia Lee ... Woman in Elevator
Robbie Lee ... Hillbilly Girl with Veep
Paul Lichtman ... Fred C. Dobbs
Tommy Madden ... The Midget
Oaky Miller ... Veep #1

Gus Peters ... Zeke
Christopher Pray ... Hillbilly
Jamie Reidy ... Desk Clerk

Stafford Repp ... Dirty Old Man
Philip Roth ... Polish Speaker (as Phil Roth)
Bob Schott ... Frat Boy #2
Michael Schwartz ... William Barnard Silberkleit
Marlene Selsman ... Harem Girl
Phillip Simms ... Veep #2 (as Philip Simms)
Charles Stroud ... Sophisticated Man
Lila Teigh ... Rose Mednikoff
William Tusher ... Priest
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joyce Mandel ... Girl in bathtub (as Joyce Gibson)

Chuck McCann

C. Wayne Owens ... Popcorn Vendor
David Rodwell ... Student Questioner
Aidea Burton-Sluyter ... Secretary of State (uncredited)
John Cross ... Photographer (uncredited)
Montana Smoyer ... Hillbilly Lady (uncredited)
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Directed by
Claudio Guzmán  (as Claudio Guzman)
Arthur Marks (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jack Margolis  (as Jack S. Margolis)

Produced by
Arthur Marks .... executive producer
William B. Silberkleit .... executive producer (as William Silberkleit)
Charles Stroud .... producer
David Winters .... producer
 
Original Music by
Big Mac & The Truckers 
 
Cinematography by
Robert Birchall 
 
Film Editing by
Richard Greer 
 
Art Direction by
John Carter 
George Costello 
 
Makeup Department
Chuck House .... makeup artist (as Charles House)
Dolores Wells .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Bremerkamp .... assistant director
 
Art Department
John S. Curran .... property master (as John Curran)
 
Sound Department
Robert Gravenor .... sound mixer
Marvin Kerner .... sound effects editor
Glen Mabson .... sound mixer
 
Stunts
Dick Geary .... stunt coordinator (as Richard Geary)
Jesse Wayne .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Vossa Leach .... key grip
Beau Marks .... gaffer
 
Casting Department
Gino Havens .... casting (as Geno Havens)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Casey Spencer .... wardrobe
 
Other crew
Cary Glieberman .... production assistant
Bruce Ricker .... location manager
Patty Sue Townsend .... script supervisor (as Patti Townsend)
 

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95 min
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Stafford Repp's final film role.See more »
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Even as a time capsule this film is dull and unfunny, 15 June 2008
Author: dbborroughs from Glen Cove, New York

The plot has adult film star Linda Lovelace running for President as the only person the leaders of a political party could agree on. She goes on the campaign trail in a film that is full of political and social commentary humor, not to mention jokes of the lowest denominator.

The film-making is poor. its the sort of scatter shot "lets make a movie" with grade C stars and comedians running about in jokes that are best described a vaudeville or burlesques last gasp. Its the sort of film that is similar to Groove Tube, Loose Shoes, American Raspberry or Kentucky Fried Movie, except as a political campaign. The problem is the material, that which isn't old to begin with, isn't very good. To be certain some of the material is funny in a one off sort of way but mostly is just stupid. The sad thing is that Lovelace actually comes off a pretty good screen actress. certainly she's more real than many of todays adult film stars who try to cross over into mainstream films. Its a shame she never had the chance to do something more than be infamous.

Supposedly this exists in 3 different cuts PG,R and X. The version I saw had the X rating attached to the end, though most of the offensive material was some language, soft core sex and nudity and I seriously doubt it would get an X or NC-17 today. Nothing is exciting in any sense of the word.

Its bland. its dull. Its (mostly) unfunny. Its a turkey

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