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How to Succeed with Sex

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How to Succeed with Sex
Directed byBert I. Gordon
Written byBert I. Gordon
Screenplay byBert I. Gordon
Produced byJerome F. Katzman
executive
Sam Katzman
StarringZack Taylor Mary Jane Carpenter
Edited byJohn A. Bushelman
Music bySean Bonniwell Forest Hamilton
Production
company
Argo Productions
Distributed byMedford Film Corp
Release date
April 1970
Running time
77 minutes
CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish

How to Succeed with Sex is an American sex comedy film written and directed by Bert I. Gordon.,[1] released on October 30, 1972.

Plot

A man, who is having trouble scoring with his girlfriend, reads a book about sex and seduction to get some pointers.[1]

Cast

  • Zack Taylor as Jack
  • Mary Jane Carpenter as Sandy
  • Bambi Allen as Joan
  • Victoria Bond as Pam
  • Shawn Devereaux as Phyllis
  • Luanne Roberts as Peggy
  • Keith London as Fred
  • Margaretta Ramsey as Margaretta

Reception

The New York Times praised the film's dialogue as ironic, literal and even occasionally funny" and said the women were "lovely".[2]

Gene Siskel called it "repetitive and not erotic."[3]

The Los Angeles Times said "over the years veteran low budget producer Sam Katzman has racked up a reputation for spotting a trend and cashing in on it, but he's awfully late in getting into nudies" adding the film was "not only too late, it offers too little for its genre."[4]

References

  1. ^ a b HOW TO SUCCEED WITH SEX Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 38, Iss. 444, (Jan 1, 1971): 182.
  2. ^ 'How to Succeed With Sex' Arrives New York Times 11 Apr 1970: 21.
  3. ^ The Movies: Eye Teasers SISKEL, GENE. Chicago Tribune 15 Apr 1970: b5.
  4. ^ Double Bill of Horror Films Thomas, Kevin. Los Angeles Times 22 May 1970: g16.

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