|The Pom Pom Girls (1976)|
In the 1970's the Drive-In was still king, and along with the main feature, there was a call for second and third bills to round things out.
Of course sex comedies were a staple of the B world, where despite the occasional nude scene or suggestive situation, the emphasis was always more on the comedy then the sex. And yeah, these movies could be just plain awful. And yet, can still be fun in their own way.
And if nothing else their poster all totally rock.
So sit back and let's take a look back at some of the steamy and slightly exploitative fun.
The Pom Pom Girls (1976)
Ten years before Revenge of the Nerds, Robert Carradine was already meeting college girls.
2069: A Sex Odyssey (1976)
Can the Earth survive an invasion of sex crazed aliens from Italy, watch this badly dubbed wonder to find out for sure.
|2069: A Sex Odyssey|
Beyond Atlantis (1973)
For years John Wayne's pretty boy son Patrick hoped to make a career for himself in Hollywood although in the case of Beyond Atlantis he found himself having fun and working with the legendary Sid Haig, in this exploitation semi-classic from the Philippines.
|Beyond Atlantis (1973) - PG exploitation|
The Sex Perils of Paulette (1965)
Now this one isn't a comedy, but is instead an early example of the genre called, the "Roughie". Roughies were not quite porno, but they were way too much for the Drive-In's and normally would be shown in the seedier theaters of Times Square. Written and directed by photographer Doris Wishman, The Sex Perils of Paulette is a bit out of place, but at the same time, the trailer is just too good not to share regardless.
|The Sex Perils of Paulette (1965) written and directed by Doris Wishman|
The Swinging Cheerleaders (1974)
Okay, now this one is actually kind of funny.
|The Swinging Cheerleaders (1974)|
Young Colleen Camp stars in what is basically some harmless fluff that with the exception of one or two quick flashes of nudity could easily have passed for an ABC movie of the week. Like I said, fun, harmless fluff. But fluff with a sense of humor.
All my posts can't be long winded reviews.