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Masturbation: Putting the Fun Into Self-Loving (2002)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy | Video 6 June 2002
Dr. Sigmund Winston, along with the help of his trusty sidekick Billy, teaches the students of the 1950s how to put more excitement into self-loving.

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Dr. Sigmund Winston
Sigmond Winston ...
Himself (as Dr. Sigmond Winston)
Adam Browne ...
Billy
Alec R. Henry ...
Bobby
Alex Mourad ...
Eddie
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Dr. Sigmund Winston, along with the help of his trusty sidekick Billy, teaches the students of the 1950s how to put more excitement into self-loving.

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The underrated and misunderstood Dr. Sigmund Winston made several educational films in the early fifties. They were shown in several elementary schools in Stark County, Ohio before being pulled from classes and burned. Now, over fifty years later, lost reels of his educational films have been found in the attic of his most beloved sidekick. SkyAngel Films is proud to present one of his most prolific films digitally enhanced. See more »

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Edited into Men's Mix 1: Gay Shorts Collection (2004) See more »

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A most amazing spoof
16 January 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Truly a work of genius, this short film is a dead-on spoof of those boring 1950's health films you watched in high school. As the opening card states, however, this was no typical film - it was banned for its content, but now, "restored" years later, it gives you a glimpse into the forward-thinking and ahead-of-his-time Doctor Sigmund Winston's research into the subject of male masturbation. With the help of his sidekick, Billy, and a cast of self-loving teens, you, too, can learn more about fun, new ways to play jackin' the beanstalk, beating the bishop, and pounding the pud! Truly, a hilarious addition to the short film festival circuit, and winner of numerous awards for its creator, J.T. Tepnapa.


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