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A star-studded anthology of quirky comedy films, Foreplay is hilarious three-part examination in the "science of sexology". John G. Avildsen (Academy Award winning director of Rocky), Bruce Malmuth (The Man who Wasnt There) and Robert McCarty make up a threesome of directors that bring you a ménage-a-trois of laughs! -Watch in disbelief as the U.S. President and first Lady (Zero Mostel, Estelle Parsons) are forced to have sex on T.V. to save their kidnapped daughter; a man (Pat Paulson) is tormented by his beautiful but uncooperative lover, a life-sized doll!; and an Italian lothario/muse gives one lucky man (Jerry Orbach) the chance to relieve all his past failed seductions!-Before Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) and Cry Uncle!, this lascivious carnival of carnality displayed some serious Foreplay!
DVD Features Captivating interviews with Producer Carl Gurevich (Acting Out), Producer Benni Korzen,\ Director Robert McCarty, Star Estelle Parsons (Bonnie and Clyde), Paul Dooley (A Mighty Wind, Monster in the Closet) and Professor Irwin Corey (Curse of the Jade Scorpion, Stuck on You)!-Audio/Video Commentary by: Directors John G. Avildsen (Rocky) and Bruce Malmuth (The Man who Wasnt There), writer David Odell (Dark Crystal, Monsters T.V. series) and Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger) featuring commentary that you can also watch!-Fascinating introduction by Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger.-Learn about the only free and truly independent film festival with the Tromadance PSA!- Radiation March - Colorful and interactive DVD!
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The list of stars is surprisingly long. Must have been real lean times in the 1970's when they were made because the actors include Zero Mostel, Estelle Parsons, Jerry Orbach, and Pat Paulsen.
I found Paulsen's deadpan role flat-out hilarious, and was mesmerized if not totally captivated by the fetching, lithe actress Deborah Loomis seen in all her glory as the full size Polish Doll. I got a copy for my most hip friend and he liked it. Funnier than it really should be, Kaufman made it when he was maybe 5-10 years out of Yale. You can read of his diverse accomplishments on Wikipedia. He is the CEO of Troma, which brought us the Toxic Avenger and numerous other cult characters. Lloyd is Yale's answer to Mel Brooks, though I'm not sure what the question is or was. Enjoy!