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Tell, Teach and Show (1977)

| Adult | 1977 (USA)


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Mrs. LaGrange
Crystal Sync ...
Head Nurse Sue Elliot (as Misty Dawn)
Leslie Lamour ...
Suzanne Perry ...


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This film is half of Bucky Beaver's Dragon Art Theatre Triple XXX-Rated Double Feature Volume 77 (2006) DVD-R from Something Weird Video. See more »


Actor David Pierce calls actress Crystal Sync "Miss Dewitt" early in the film. Later it becomes clear that Pierce plays "Dr. Dewitt" and Cync plays "Nurse Elliot". See more »


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Weak XXX comedy
27 October 2010 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Designed to kill off an hour, TELL, TEACH & SHOW is a pointless sex exercise in which the cast tries to entertain but is left without writing or directorial support. Forgettable junk.

A mismatched pair of girls named Laverne & Shirley (pinpointing the film's production era) volunteer to work as nurses at the local hospital as part of a p.r. gimmick. Their horny neighbor boys decide to pull a prank and disguise themselves as patients to "surprise" the girls, who have been high-hatting them.

That thin plot outline is the meager skeleton on which a feature film is hung. Anonymous filmmakers clearly don't care, and various sex scenes featuring well-hung guys and adequate females are all you get.

Vanessa Del Rio guests as a nymphomaniacal patient who naturally seduces the doctor and then participates in a very cornball orgy. I liked Crystal Sync as the plain-jane head nurse in the midst of the pointless antics, but the emphasis is on pointlessness.

One of the reasons the cast list in IMDb is skimpy is because they didn't go for marquee glitter when casting. Shirley is tall and thin while Laverne is busty; one boy is anorexic and more suitable for an Abel Ferrara drugs epic while the other guy is a black dude with sizable package. Even the milquetoast p.r. guy is a big-dick qualifier, so it's obvious what the casting call ad placed in Back Stage stipulated.

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