The Weirdos and the Oddballs (1971) Eduardo Cemano

The Weirdos and the Oddballs (1971)
aka Zora Knows Best
Genre: Comedy
Country: USA | Director: Eduardo Cemano
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 63mn
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129578/

Starring: Dolly Sharp, Fred J. Lincoln, Jutta David, Harry Reems, Betty Colman, Sammy Martin

Loopy Zora and her mopey kvetch husband Sasha are a couple of middle-aged deviates who are desperate for kicks. The pair place an ad in "The Village Voice" claiming to be certified sex therapists and proceed to get it on with the oddball clients who show up at their home seeking treatment for their sexual problems.

Writer/director Eduardo Cemano maintains a breathless brisk pace and pitches the off the wall humor at a suitably outrageous pitch while still covering all the hot'n'steamy sensual bases that include lesbianism, voyeurism, fellatio, cunnilingus, straight copulation, and, natch, the inevitable climactic orgy. Better still, the women are very attractive and enticing: buxom and well-built cutie Jutta David and foxy petite brunette Betty Colman are absolute tasty treats as they perform various sexual feats with genuinely arousing go-for-it aplomb. Moreover, the game cast attack the zany material with real gusto: Sharp has a ball with her juicy part, Lincoln frets up a storm with often sidesplitting results, and legendary 70's porn stud Harry Reems contributes a hilarious turn as a guy who suffers from premature ejaculation. The playful lighthearted tone keeps things easy'n'breezy throughout. Cemano's trademark lively hand-held cinematography provides an extra kinetic buzz. The nifty use of jaunty classical music cues likewise hits the energetic spot. A total hoot.
The Weirdos and the Oddballs (1971)

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