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The Sexperts

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  • Actors: Lana Lynn, Rusty Allen, Ken Naarden, John Lyon, Lonnie Maggio
  • Directors: Jerald Intrator
  • Writers: Charles Ross
  • Producers: William Mishkin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Retro Seduction
  • DVD Release Date: January 29, 2008
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #461,253 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Lana Lynn, Rusty Allen. A precursor to the sexploitation flicks of the '70s and beyond, Sexperts offers up the story of an aspiring Broadway actress who goes from one conquest to the next, working her way up the ladder to stardom. But will her roommate be able to handle the lustful manner in which she advances her career? 2 DVDs. 1965/color-b&w/4 hrs/NR/fullscreen.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Surfink on February 4, 2008
Format: DVD
Being a fan of 1960s pre-MPAA Adults Only/sexploitation films I had to snap this up. While not in the same league with my favorites (Sin in the Suburbs, Help Wanted Female, Satan in High Heels, etc.) in terms of entertainment value, I was never really bored, although those looking for a serious sex film with plenty of skin on display will probably be disappointed. Produced by exploitation vet William Mishkin, this movie was considered lost until recently when RetroSeduction Cinema located a B&W interpositive (minus its color inserts) and restored and released it on this DVD. The "plot" concerns two aspiring actresses (Lana Lynn and ex-David Friedman starlet Rusty Allen) in New York City who get involved with various theater types as they try to land parts in a play. The film employs an odd framing device, introducing us at the beginning to the supposed producer, director, and writer of the very film we are watching, and cutting back to them periodically to listen to them discuss how they want to advance the plot, which sometimes causes changes to on-screen events. There are only snippets of (post-dubbed) dialogue throughout, the majority of it narrated off-screen. Those unfamiliar with this type of movie may be put off by this but, having suffered through far deadlier films of its ilk, I had no problem with it and was pretty consistently amused if not wowed throughout its 71-minute running time. There is also very little nudity, in fact much less than I would have expected; I'm not really sure how they sold this to the raincoat crowd. Fortunately, the narration leans toward the snide and sarcastic (a la A Sweet Sickness) and is the chief source of entertainment, along with the many outdoor scenes of NYC circa 1965.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 4-Legged Defender on November 20, 2010
Format: DVD
Like most Retro-Seduction releases, I was thoroughly disappointed by this 'newly recovered' rarity from the mid-60's shot in B&W and primarily narrated waste of film and time. It's so awful it makes a David F. Friedman or Doris Wishman 60's flick look like a sexual 'Gone With The Wind' in its scope, plot and budget. A total waste of time and cash to anyone less than 60 years of age, and would probably suffice only to put Grandpa to sleep. There's a hint of a plot regarding two actresses who come to New York to find fame and fortune and how far one will go obligingly while the other must be coerced, but both end up in the same sewage regardless.

There's nary a bit of skin on display - let's remember this is allegedly a sexploitation flick - and the downtime here dominates the dimwitted dialogue/narration to the point where you'll be fast-forwarding through ¾'s of this dungheap till the end credits roll, and you'll wonder if you forwarded too quickly and might have missed some skin. Nope. At a mere 70 minutes, you won't know whether to feel cheated or relieved. This is when you really come to appreciate 'Something Weird Video' releases - they rarely disappoint when it comes to time-honored retro releases chock full o' skin and degeneracy, god love 'em.

Oh yeah, there's a second disc of more stuff you could do without, but at least here you get the ample nudity you were deprived of in the main feature. And their 'Trailer Vault' is usually the highlight of their releases, that's how weak most of their catalog is, IMHO. Avoid this turkey altogether and seek out something worthwhile from 'Something Weird' instead. Take this advise from a 'Sexpert'.
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