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My Tale Is Hot (1964)

The devil emerges from the ground in a suburbanite's garden and tries to tempt him with a variety of naked women.

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(as Seymour Tokus)

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(as Seymour Tokus)
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Credited cast:
Candy Barr ...
Herself (archive footage)
Max Gardens ...
Lucifer the Devil (as Manny Goodtimes)
Ima Ghoul ...
Saturna
Jack Little ...
Ben-Hur Ova (as Little Jack Little)
Bea Reddy ...
Miasis-Ova
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Lucifer is unhappy: too few new souls in Hell. So, he bets his wife Saturna that he can get the world's most faithful husband, according to "Ladies' House Companion" magazine, to forsake that faithfulness. Lucifer visits the husband, Ben-Her Ova, and his doting wife, Miassis. At first, none of Lucifer's ploys work: a backyard swimming pool with one bathing beauty, the same pool with two bathing beauties, a peek at the new maid. Then, Lucifer escorts Ben on a night on the town: will liquor, barmaids, a burlesque show, a hotel room, a Turkish bath, and a special commercial during Ben's favorite TV show (Walt Disney) finally turn Ben's head? What's the secret of his will power? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Tantalizing temptations by the ton! Never have so many shown so much! See more »

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Comedy | Fantasy

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1964 (USA)  »

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My Tale Is Told  »

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When the devil appears behind the guy in his living room, the lamp disappears. See more »

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There is a short version of this film out there
23 November 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I recently got the DVD "Satanis/Sinthia" from Netflix--a particularly cheesy and not especially good collection of super-low budget films about the Devil. One is a documentary about the Church of Satan and the other is a sex film that I skipped--it just wasn't interesting and its theme of incest was just creepy. Well, along with these full-length films, they included a few shorts--all of dubious quality.

This particular film is NOT the same as the one reviewed by others--it is a shortened version that only used one of the stripper segments and was basically an abbreviated version. It consists of a goofy looking guy sitting down to watch the "Walt Disley Show" but instead, the Devil shows up and puts a stripper on TV. The woman is extremely buxom and wiggles amazingly, but this also goes on too long. And, in the end, the guy is mad because Satan had the nerve to preempt "Walt Disley". It's mildly funny and mildly pornographic and pretty forgettable--hence it was a extra.


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