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« on: March 04, 2008, 06:26:14 PM »

I've got a couple of things that someone might be able to help me with.

When I was a little kid (1970s), my parents used to put me in my pajamas and take me to the drive-in hoping that I'd go to sleep while they watched some really twisted stuff. I have vague memories of some of the movies I saw (but wasn't supposed to), and I was
hoping that someone might recognize the scenes I'm going to describe and tell me what the names of the movies are. A long shot I know, but I figured it's worth a try.

Memory 1 - Father tells a teenage girl goodnight (long blonde straight hair) and shuts the door to her room at which point she proceeds to have wild psychedelic sex with a big blue teddy bear. I know that sounds weird, but you may recognize it, and be able to tell me what the name of the movie is. I'd love to know.

Memory 2 - Humorous monster movie with a sexual skew. Classic stuff, grave robbing etc. The scene I remember is when a mad scientist and his assistant (Igor) dig up a fresh female body, Igor drops her shirt and squeezes a tit while the scientist isn't looking.

I don't know what my parents were doing taking me to movies like this, but I saw stuff I shouldn't have, and now that I'm older, I'd love to know the names of some of these masterpieces (ha, ha).

I do remember the names of some of the movies I saw: Squirm, Food of the Gods, Empire
of the Ants, White Buffalo, etc. I was born in '69 so the above descriptions would be movies earlier than 1976 or 77.

Thanks in advance for any help offered.
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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2008, 08:25:55 PM »

Outside shot at #2: Andy Milligan's Guru, the Mad Monk.  It's 1970, but drive-in features often played years past their expiration dates.  I haven't seen it, but it features grave robbing and a hunchback named Igor.

Really, I just wanted to mention that I had much the same experience as you going to drive-ins in pajamas in the 1970s.  My parents usually told me to go to sleep by the time the 2nd feature came on.  Because I didn't know anymore, I actually complied!  It makes me angry to think of all the great, age-inappropriate drive-in classics I could have caught if I'd know back then what I know now.


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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2008, 11:21:32 PM »

#1 sounds a lot like "Toys are Not For Children," but some of the facts don't match up.  Still, it is about a girl who has a sick fetish for the stuffed toys her father gives her.

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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2008, 03:07:21 AM »

I don't think this is it, but the second might be Flesh for Frankenstein. The scene might have happened in that one, I kind of lost track of all the perversions going on in that movie.

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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2008, 07:35:03 AM »

Another possibility for #2 is Frankenstein's House of Freaks (1974),  there was a scene very similar to the one you mention, though it was the midget Genz, not Igor (but there was an Igor) who copped a feel.

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