The Secret Sex Lives of Romeo and Juliet  

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The Secret Sex Lives of Romeo and Juliet is a 1969 sexploitation film written by Jim Schumacher based very loosely on the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Produced by Harry Novak and directed by Bethel Buckalew (aka Peter Perry and A. P. Stootsberry}. The film intermingles a wide variety of comedic ploys with exaggerated sex scenes, spoofing the style of the television show Laugh In and cutting up with Henny Youngman style jokes and blackouts. Taglined as the "Winner Best Erotic Film Cannes Erotic Film Festival".

This movie is available from Something Weird Video on a DVD with The Notorious Cleopatra.



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