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The Sexperts: Touched by Temptation (1965)

A writer, a producer, and a director are having a meeting to discuss and plan scenes for their current film project: The story of Liz Adams, who has come to New York to seek fame and fortune through the theatre.


Jerald Intrator (as J. Nehemiah)


Charles Ross

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Credited cast:
Lana Lynn Lana Lynn ... Liz Adams
Rusty Allen Rusty Allen ... Connie Mason
Ken Naarden Ken Naarden ... Barry Coleman (as Ken Curtin)
John Lyon John Lyon ... Douglas Baines
Lonnie Maggio Lonnie Maggio ... Leslie Carter
Anthony Ford Anthony Ford ... Baxter Standish
Davee Decker Davee Decker ... Mimi (as Dori Davis)
Yvonne Curtis Yvonne Curtis
Audrey Campbell ... Stripper at party
Dixie Lester Dixie Lester
Cary Marshall Cary Marshall
Hank Grant Hank Grant ... (as Henry Grant)
Jennifer Joyce Jennifer Joyce
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carl Anton Carl Anton
Doris Dorson Doris Dorson


A writer, a producer, and a director are having a meeting to discuss and plan scenes for their current film project: The story of Liz Adams, who has come to New York to seek fame and fortune through the theatre.

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They indulged in the kind of life many dream about...but don't dare live! See more »









Release Date:

27 July 1965 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Xperts See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Extraordinary Films See more »
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Black and White | Color (Eastmancolor)
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Several actors credited as appearing in this film by the American Film Institute are not listed on the film's screen credits (Yvonne Curtis, Dixie Lester, Cary Marshall, Henry Grant, Jennifer Joyce); meanwhile, other actors who do have screen credit are not mentioned by AFI at all. Seems possible that AFI is incorrect. See more »


Featured in Twisted Sex Vol. 21 (2002) See more »

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Drek; for Audrey Campbell completists only
16 February 2010 | by lor_See all my reviews

This poorly made NYC soft porn movie has been reissued by the folks at Seduction Cinema as one of their offerings imitating the successful formula of competitor Something Weird Video. It is barely watchable, suffering from a most awkward film structure, reminiscent (but poorly executed) of the innovations in the 1930s by the great French renaissance man Sacha Guitry in its reflexiveness, but there the resemblance ends.

A director/producer/writer story conference constantly interrupts the action, as they plan the characters' arcs and various scenes. Opening is pure padding, a montage of "highlights" (I use the term very loosely) of the action we will see over the next hour-plus. Inane, insulting narration is almost nonstop; it must have been an adult industry policy (similar to the "Freedom of Speech" fake-patriotic messages of recent decades included on porn videos) of the time for the narrator to digress and extol the virtues of "Sun Worship", with the party line promotion of the wonderfulness of nudism (irrelevant to the action here). The film suddenly ends arbitrarily, belying the supposed care these conferences are supposed to confer on what is ultimately just an excuse to show skin. Not content with the results, there are several color sequences interpolated, lifted from several '50s era short loops; the full loops are included in the DVD as an "extra".

Very little dialog is used, and it is poorly post-synched. Location photography of NYC is the only value here, as well as a nostalgic view of Fire Island, before it became a gay mecca (this is after all 45 years ago).

Cast is unappealing, with the no-dialog role near the end for cult icon Audrey Campbell the only thrill. The DVD package includes three vintage TV commercials featuring Campbell, which surprisingly offer her a better showcase of her acting skills than most of her "evil plus skin" feature film assignments (Joe Sarno excepted). You know you're in deep trouble when the TV commercials are the best thing about a DVD!

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