Chatterbox (1977) 2011 NR

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Penelope has a problem, she has the 8th Wonder of The World in her pants! Yes ladies and gentleman this is the "true" story of a mild mannered hair dresser who discovers that her vagina has not only a mind of it's own, but a fabulous singing voice!

Starring:
Candice Rialson, Larry Gelman
Runtime:
1 hour 13 minutes

Chatterbox (1977)

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By magellan HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 28, 2007
Format: VHS Tape
This movie, now apparently forgotten, was legendary among my high-school buds who talked about it all the time when it first came out. Of course, what succeeds as juvenile or at least campy, off-color humor back then probably pales compared to these days, but back then we thought this was the coolest, funniest, and most risque movie of the year. The piece of dialog, "Do you have a box lunch for a box?" convulsed us and years later someone would still mention it, always with comic effect. The opportunities for off-color humor and double entendres were almost endless. Although seemingly forgotten (I notice mine is the first review on this almost 40-year old movie), it stands as one of the more over the top, freewheeling cinematic efforts of the s_xually turbulent 60s, both on and off the silver screen.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 17, 2008
Format: VHS Tape
CHATTERBOX with Candace Rialson was a campy/nudie romp...that worked. A cult classic in the genre of "ROCKY HORROR without the toast."
There's a lot of cute innuendo and faux modesty sections...and the story line even led to a COOL sequel opportunity.
So, put the kids to bed [as per DR. RUTH] and enjoy an ADULT COMEDY..some off-color jokes will SNATCH a laugh ot two out of you...
I had an old CED format [remember those?] copy...and could actually read the car license plate as "I 69 WET."
There, ...you're warned...If you are into VIOLENCE, and ACTION...keep way way clear. If your up for a light-hearted sex-farce...this is right up your alley.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Barry Glasser on February 3, 2013
Format: DVD
It's about time this sly, subversive sex farce -- high on the list of guilty pleasures for anyone fortunate enough to have seen it -- has finally reached the video market. It deserves wide exposure (you should pardon the expression). Screenwriter Mark Bruce Rosin's hilarious dialogue for his title character makes this a genuine camp classic.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hoopee on September 6, 2012
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This is truly 'campy' movie that is in no way pornographic, though some might consider 'Virginia the talking Vagina' to be x rated or distastedul, it's a hilarious movie. Imagine if our genitals could talk and had their own mind to say whatever they want, whenever they want. As most adults know the thinking brain on our shoulders doesn't always match up with our sexual attraction down below. When I saw this move back in the 70's it had been marked under the name, 'Don't date a girl with four lips.' It took me a while to find it listed as "Chatterbox." It was a bit absurd when I first saw it in the 70's as I was much younger, however as I've gotten older, I found the 'campiness' of it to be truly funny. It's pretty funny when a talent agent calls a woman and then tells her to put "Virginia" on the phone and the woman slams the phone down bewteen her legs. The only thing that I was left wondering about was the first scenes involved Virginia speaking out for the first time and giving her assessment of the mail partner's endowment or sexual ability, causing him to recoil and break it off with the woman. Then at the end of the movie, it appears the woman is ready to jump to her death because of the life that Virginia (the talking Vagina) has created for her and caused her many problems. Suddenly on another cliff, another voice begins to sing. It's the man from the first sexual scene, and apparently his penis is now singing. They reunite and the movie suggests they live happily ever after. My question was about that. Did his penis learn to talk and sing while inside Virginia. Was this some sort of contagious anomale that he got from her that caused his penis to talk and sing also, or was it there all along and just never spoke up before the incident. But that's just the 1 minute ending. The over all movie was hilarious. If you're up for a great laugh and some extremely ridiculous scenarios, this is the movie for a great afternoon or evening at home.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Monty Britton on June 30, 2013
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After seeing a few Candice Rialson movies on DVD (Candy Stripe Nurses, Summer School Teachers, and Hollywood Boulevard) I really wanted to see her in something after Hollywood Boulevard. Candice really stepped up to the plate on that film (standing strong with Paul Bartel, Mary Woronov, and Dick Miller) in her "acting". So I took the risk in purchasing the movie she did in 1977 called Chatterbox. What a surprise comedy this is from one time gay porn director Tom DeSimone (Lancer Brooks to his gay fans) who would later bring us mainstream fans Reform School Girls and Hell Night. This movie is definitely drive-in fare from 1977 for its low quality.
The movie is burned onto DVD-R and looks pretty decent. Doesn't look like it was from videotape (like my copy of Summer School Teachers) because the image would be smeared more than it is. I was surprised to see this look as good as it does. There is even a main menu! Don't get that from videotape recordings. This is bare bones release of this 73 minute full frame movie (count how many times you see the boom mic, one time it almost hits an actress in the head!).
This is a hilarious movie about a woman with a talking vagina and hope one day a company will give this a legit release. I would love to see Shout Factory release this with Hollywood Boulevard, Summer School Teachers, and Mama's Dirty Girls. These four films with Candice Rialson would make a nice package.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stripe on December 17, 2012
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This film is a one joke wonder... it is still very clever, and well worth having in a collection of novelty films
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