The prince has just hit a significant number and its time for him to become a man! Three wise sexperts have come to make sure he is schooled in the way of the cock most hard. When introduced to the young lady of the day he is to train with, he is a major flop. His flop however is not because he is a dud in the bed. Oh no! It is because he desire the princess, the goddess, the wonder that is sleeping beauty. She is not only a beauty who is sleeping, she is a beauty he needs to be seeing! However there is a problem! She is hidden somewhere in the forests of fantasy land. He must go and find her in order to fulfil his requirement and unleash his adult load…I mean life…
For me it is hard to sell a film like this without making the viewer feel they are simply going to watch a softcore romp musical Carry On film. Mark my words! Rare a treat you will not find. It takes the sexual revolution and makes it a revelation! A musical sex comedy that is funny, very well told and has some great musical pieces. Witty, silly, sly and very campy it is the sort of watch a Saturday was made for! It mixes burlesque cabaret of the period (sex being the only draw for the theatres at that point!) but keeps the smut and the zingers. These are the usual zings you expect but they are delivered fresh and feel it. A rare skill in film to achieve.
Then adding in the playful vaudeville slapstick tinged with sexual inneundo that sees prince charming getting rubbed and thrusted but holding back (how I do not know as some of the peple involved I would not be able to!) It then adds the texture of disco and the uptempo sounds of Martha Reeves singing ‘Spelling you’….This creates within the film a very energetic merge of audio laughs, visual slap stick sexuality and soulful catchy cords. The film is brilliant and to add to this brilliance it is very short. Some 80 odd minutes and it is over, wanting you again. Well why not it is that good I added the link to buy it!
88 Films deserve praise for bringing this jewel to us! The additional extras aren’t great in my opinion. The print might get a moan but the HD restotoration misses a few tiny bits of print damage only and if you complain then try working with old film and shove it up the back end! because that is what happens to film! The commentary is dull and the guys dont know really what to say…
- Brand new HD restoration from the original camera negative
- 2.35:1 widescreen presentation with newly created English subtitles
- Audio Commentary by writer Frank Ray Perilli and producer Charles Band
- Fairy Tales Trailer
- Reversible Sleeve with alternate original poster
- Region Code: 2
- Picture Format: PAL 2.35:1
- Audio Format: Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0
- Language: English
- Certification: 18
- Running Time: 82 Mins Approx