Try crossing My Fair Lady with Deep Throat and you'll end up with "The Opening of Misty Beethoven", a film with good production values, surprisingly decent acting, and a young, knockout female lead actress.Constance Money, worth seeing in this film by herself, plays the Eliza Doolittle role as the classless gum popping French street hooker (Misty Beethoven) who gives hand jobs in a dingy Paris movie theater. Jamie Gillis plays the Henry Higgins part as Dr Seymour Love, willing to take on Misty and turn her from this cheap trollop into a high class "Goldenrod Girl" with the help of Jacqueline Beaudant (a female Colonel Pickering?). There are some very funny sequences on the adult airlines and in the training sequences which brought to mind the "Rocky" films. The sex is not of the grind house variety that you find in most XXX films but it is highly erotic, entertaining and with Ms. Money, surprisingly romantic. This is a jewel of an erotic film.
Junior comes from the country to Hollywood where he soon ends up living in a house full of prostitutes. As payment for his rent, Junior is assigned the task of driving the girls around in a van that doubles as a place to have sex. This is a spoof of "Midnight Cowboy"(1969)
A young woman living in L.A. goes back to her family's homestead way up in the mountains for a family reunion. At first put off by her relatives' hillbilly ways, she soon decides to let her hair down and join in the fun. Before she leaves she invites them all to stop by her place in Los Angeles if they're ever in the area. They soon are, and they do.
Pa, a moonshining chicken farmer, is worried that his dim-witted son Junior is becoming way more attracted to their cow Sassy Sue than he should be, so he sets out to gather up all the nubile young farmgirls in the area and get them to show Junior what he's missing.
Seeking a U.S. breakthrough, A&M Records held Black's second album, Comedy, back from release until a re-recorded 1989 version of his U.K. hit "Wonderful Life" could be added as the leadoff track. There is also a remixed version of the U.K. hit "Sweetest Smile," which, like "Wonderful Life," previously appeared on Black's debut album, Wonderful Life. Also included were the more recent U.K. chart singles "The Big One" and "Now You're Gone." All of which means that, in its U.S. version at least, Comedy was almost more of a hits compilation than a formal second album. That, however, lent it a certain consistency, and in its newer songs, the album showed Black moving away from the cocktail jazz and doomy lyrics of his debut and toward a more eclectic sound, as well as lighter, more romantic sentiments.
Producer, musician, and founder of the world famous group "Yello", Carlos Perón has been for decades now one of the established greats in the European fetish scene. His numerous publications of erotic soundtracks since the early ‘nineties have made it impossible to imagine the erotic and fetish scene without the "high-priest" Perón. Avoiding every kind of cliché, Péron does not invoke crude provocation but applies his sounds economically and aptly, and thereby exactly satisfies the taste of erotic music’s fans. Perón has this to say: "I work in the same way as a film director. It starts with an idea of how a piece should sound. Various musicians I assemble around me then convert this idea perfectly into sound"…
This was a funny take on the Pinocchio fairy tale. In this case, Gipetta creates a Pinocchio who's intended not as a son, but as a lover, for the lonely wood carver. She takes him to bed, but is saddened that he is only a wooden figure. When she takes a walk, Pinocchio is animated by his Fairy Godmother (Dyanne Thorne, who has some funny lines and a malfunctioning magic wand). Warned by not to do the wrong thing, Pinocchio himself goes for a walk, and runs into a conniving pimp, Jo Jo (played by Eduardo Ranez, doing a good job at playing sleazy). From there, it's funny though a bit predictable.