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It's Not the Size That Counts (1974)

Percy's Progress (original title)
Percy, the man with the world's first penis transplant, discovers that there is a chemical in the city's water that makes men impotent.

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Miss Hanson
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Jeffcot
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Miss UK
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Percy, the man with the world's first penis transplant, discovers that there is a chemical in the city's water that makes men impotent.

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Harry H. Corbett's character was closely modelled on former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, using such Wilson catchphrases as "thirteen years of Tory misrule", and talking with a Yorkshire accent. See more »

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Prime Minister: There's only one erection in the entire universe - and it's got a GB plate on it!
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Follows Percy (1971) See more »

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God Knows I Miss You
Written by Keith Potger & Tony Macaulay
Performed by Carl Wayne
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Percy drops a stitch ... or two
3 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

The mating season continues with Miss Conception et al. This movie unfortunately suffered severe competition from French Connection 2 and Godfather 2 when it was released. Or did it? Still being WAY better than Porky's (1981), it fits right in with any Troma-movie. There is excessive lavatorial humor and even a toxic disaster. Then some more lavatorial humor. The music is stoopid too. Some might like the looks of Percy, who is probably casted to look like Alain Delon. Or something. My opinion is that Percy has turned into a fascist: doing it for England with carefully selected women ... Sounds like Dr. Strangelove, doesn't it? Rather see part one if you must.

Have we seen percy's last stand? I certainly hope so. You'll regret seeing this, even if you're an Elke Sommer completist. Personally, I watched this because I'm a Denholm Elliot (Trading Places, 1983) and Vincent Price (Roger Corman collaborator) completist. Really.


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