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A man finds magic glasses that allow him to see women naked.


Ronald V. Ashcroft (as Ronnie Ashcroft)


Ronald V. Ashcroft (as Ronnie Ashcroft), Lorraine Ashcroft (as Loraine Ashcroft)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stanton Pritchard Stanton Pritchard
Harvey Williams Harvey Williams
Cindy Tyler Cindy Tyler
George Rathburn George Rathburn
Kitty Randall Kitty Randall
Jean Cartwright Jean Cartwright
Bob Curtis Bob Curtis
Ewing Miles Brown Ewing Miles Brown ... (as Ewing Brown)
Janice Carter Janice Carter
Jane Anna Jane Anna
Al Bush Al Bush
Kenne Duncan ... Car Salesman
Lillian Lewis Lillian Lewis
Rhea Walker Rhea Walker
Susie Susie


A man finds magic glasses that allow him to see women naked.

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Comedy | Fantasy







Release Date:

10 August 1962 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mr. Peek-a-Boo's Playmates See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Doe-Rae Pictures Inc. See more »
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Featured in That's Sexploitation! (2013) See more »

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Sunglasses that allow users to see people naked allows a hobo to improve his situation
18 January 2013 | by Jeeves-4See all my reviews

I was able to view this on the "Something Weird Video" internet channel. For what it is, this black and white nudie flick is actually halfway decent. We meet our hero as he returns to his home town in the worst possible fashion, as a stowaway hobo leaving a train car. Nonetheless he carries a positive attitude as he ventures to improve his situation. Digging through crates in an alley, he finds some plain looking sunglasses which he nearly throws away. However, he is amazed to find that when he looks through them, women's clothing becomes invisible!

He then uses these glasses to get food, lodging, clothing, etc. by allowing a string of businessmen to use the glasses to see women in the buff. Every new user goes through hilarious convulsions of shock, amazement and pleasure as he gazes at nearby beauties. Even though this gag is repeated many times, it is always funny.

This movie seems to have been shot without a sound crew. The soundtrack is narrated voice-over with jazzy library music. This actually lends itself to the tone of the film which plays like a silent comedy. There are some nice views of 60's shopping centers, and in a scene one can see "Inglewood" on a wall calendar, so the film might have been shot around there.

This little work delivers what it promises; laughs and naked girls.

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