Linda, frustrated that her hugely energetic sex life leaves her unsatisfied, seeks medical help. The doctor informs her that the reason for her problem is that her clitoris is mistakenly located at the back of her throat - but there is a very simple remedy, which the doctor, and various other men, proceed to demonstrate.
Star Linda Lovelace later distanced herself from the movie. She claimed in her autobiography that Chuck Traynor, her then-husband, coerced her into participating. She said he would often persuade her to engage in sexual acts in front of the camera, and later prostituted her under threat of guns and violence. Several people confirmed that Traynor was controlling and abusive on set, and Traynor himself admitted it. See more »
[on the telephone with Dr. Young]
You gotta help me. I'm in love with Linda. We want to get married... thank you. There's only one problem - she needs a nine inch cock.
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At the end of the film, it states: THE END and deep throat to you all See more »
Several openings to the film exist. The original opens with a text prologue referencing Freud and cuts to the familiar opening credits of Lovelace driving around Florida with the commonly known opening theme. The Arrow home video version cuts this opening and begins with the first shot of Linda in the car. Another version of the opening starts with the car shot but with a completely different interlude in the background. The Italian version retains the Freud opening with Italian text and has the opening titles, including Italian dubbing production credits, with the familiar opening music with Italian titles over still shots of Lovelace. See more »