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Everybody Loves It (1964)



(as Edward Everitt)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Little ...
Dr. Zero / 'Bugs' Benny the Booster / The Colonel (as Little Jack Little)
Lou Epton ...
Janitor / Surgeon / Louie Linguini / Noble Norbert
Eddie Shorty ...
Sven Crazy / Muscles Mahanara / The General (as Eddie Sorsby)
Dee Negrette ...
(as Dee Negrete)
Jim Cavish
Penny Bello ...
Next door neighbor
Suzanne Covington
Myron Griffin
Cathy Crowfoot ...
Nurse / Cigarette Commercial Star / Partier / Nudist (as Paula Deerfoot)
Sue Lawton
Susan Norman
Althea Currier ...
Busty Nurse / Nadine
Ed Elliott
Sonia Sonic
Paula Angelos


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10 April 1964 (USA)  »

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Tout le monde aime ça  »

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Timid porn comedy, minus yocks or stimulation
4 January 2011 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

In the '70s there were many successful satirical soft porn comedies in THE GROOVE TUBE vein, but this early forerunner is a flop. For nostalgia value alone it's available from Something Weird.

Writer-producer Edward Everitt (variable spellings of his moniker exist) is an enigma: he is associated with many hardcore porn efforts decades later, but also created a superior roughie TEEN-AGE JAIL BAIT. This time he strikes out.

With some lame comics on hand, we witness spoofs of early '60s TV series like BEN CASEY, COMBAT and NAKED CITY. Reminiscent of ancient, tired burlesque sketches, there are pretty girls hanging around, with decolletage and occasional dollops of toplessness, to give the fans a cheap thrill.

Nothing intrinsically wrong with this, but featuring stupid puns of the "Nosy Costra", "Ben Crazy" variety it simply isn't funny. Best pulchritude comes with busty bathing beauties during the COMBAT sketch, and quotable dialogue is a cigarette commercial blaring out the message: "Remember folks, cancer is good for you". No one could accuse filmmaker EE of subtlety.

The silliness of these early porn efforts is hard to get used to. Here the roadblock is a particularly dumb narrative strand, where the largely MOS film is structured in voice-over by a four-leaf-clover who is neurotic and feels unlucky, having adventures in Hollywood. Not exactly high concept.

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