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It's Getting Harder All the Time (1976)

Secrets of a Superstud (original title)
| Comedy | July 1976 (UK)
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Tony Kenyon ...
Custer Firkeshaw (as Anthony Kenyon)
Mark Jones ...
Peter
Alan Selwyn ...
Bernie Selby
Margaret Burton ...
Aunt Sophie
Raymond Young ...
Uncle Clifton
David Pugh ...
Cousin Henry
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Sybil
Jennifer Westbrook ...
Miranda
Bobby Sparrow ...
Beryl
Janet Adler ...
Rita
Paula Martin ...
Jane
Joanna Richards ...
Susan
Juliet Groves ...
Julie
Candida Hershman ...
Nurse
David Rayner ...
Dr. Lemmon
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Have a baby ... or lose a fortune

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The release prints of this film, including the hard-core 'inserts,' were processed by Kay Laboratories, Highbury, North London. At the time, the working title of the film was "Custer's Thirteen." See more »

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It's Getting Harder All The Time
Written by Ross MacManus, John Shakespeare and Derek Warne
Performed by Ross MacManus
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not too racy, but very funny
24 April 2003 | by (Lahore, Pakistan) – See all my reviews

I saw this film with a cousin of mine, & both of us were laughing out loud in many places. This is just a simple sex comedy, but it's good. Even though the sexploitation values are tame by today's standards, there is an undeniable eroticism to many of the scenes. and the goofy plot is very entertaining.

The best bit is when our titular stud stands to inherit some property if he marries & produces a child, while at the same time his doctor tells him that he can indulge in intercourse only for a limited number of times before his 'well runs dry'. His attempts to curb his enthusiasm for 'swinging' are not helped by devious relatives who want him out of the inheritance by having nubile young women seduce him into doing the dirty, so that he's 'out of juice' by the time he gets married.

There is also a scene involving sex & food that is lots more fun than the one in 9 & 1/2 Weeks.

Not a classic, but great fun. 7/10


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