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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask (6-Aug-1972)

Director: Woody Allen

Writer: Woody Allen

Based on a book: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask by Dr. David Reuben

Music: Mundell Lowe

Producer: Charles H. Joffe

Keywords: Comedy, Comedy Sketches

A collection of seven zany comedy sketches spoofing Dr. David Reuben self-help book, immensely popular at the time but justifiably forgotten today. Uneven quality, the humor done in an almost British style reminiscent of Monty Python; highlights include "What Is Sodomy" and "What Happens During Ejaculation?" No nudity unless one counts the 400-foot mammary running rampant in the countryside.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Woody Allen
Film Director
1-Dec-1935   Annie Hall
John Carradine
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Lou Jacobi
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Louise Lasser
11-Apr-1939   Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Tom Mack
1-Nov-1943   LA Rams, Hall of Famer
Regis Philbin
Talk Show Host
25-Aug-1931   Live with Regis & Kathie Lee and Kelly
Anthony Quayle
7-Sep-1913 20-Oct-1989 Ice-Cold in Alex
Tony Randall
26-Feb-1920 18-May-2004 Felix Unger in The Odd Couple
Lynn Redgrave
8-Mar-1943 2-May-2010 The Happy Hooker
Burt Reynolds
11-Feb-1936   Moustached Cannonball Run actor
Jay Robinson
14-Apr-1930 27-Sep-2013 Caligula in The Robe
Robert Walden
25-Sep-1943   Joe Rossi on Lou Grant
Gene Wilder
11-Jun-1933   Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory


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