Based on Terry Southern's satirical novel, a sendup of Voltaire's -Candide-. Young Candy is a high school girl who seeks truth and meaning in life, encountering a variety of kookie characters and humorous sexual situations in the process.
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Jesus Christ is born again on Earth. But his father is a hardcore Southern Baptist, and during his teen years, Jesus rebels, joining a biker gang and leading an LSD-fueled pilgrimage to "the West" to fight "the establishment."
William F. McGaha
William F. McGaha,
The daughter of a poverty-stricken New England clamdigger falls in love with the son of her father's rival. His family, in turn, wants him to marry the daughter of a wealthy and prominent family. Complications ensue.
I feel sorry for females that rented this film. All the naked ladies here were gorgeous, all the naked men were middle-aged and/or fat. That's not fair really.
The nudist colony scenes were laughable. Everybody was trying so hard NOT to look at the camera. And do nudists really play 'simon says' that much? The sex hospital segments were a perfect example of black comedy. I liked seeing the people doing it on the bed and begging the scientist 'Please, can we stop now?' As if.
The fake porno shoot was hysterical. The 'director' taking it all too seriously was a riot.
And the sex doctor caressing the nudies next to him with that feather made my wife jealous. Wish I had a feather like that.
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