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[Note: Inept camera-work often visibly displayed the overhead microphone.]The cheapy-made, tame, silly and absurdist comedy with crude sexual humor was a remake of the French porno film Le Sexe qui parle (1975, Fr.) (aka Pussy Talk), the first-ever film about a talking pussy.Another film with similar subject matter was Me and Him (1988, US/W. The light-hearted, non-raunchy film told about young Penelope "Penny" Pittman (B-movie starlet Candice Rialson), a hairdresser who had a special talent - a talking and singing vagina (dubbed "Virginia").Penny also was the guest star in a new, adult-oriented quiz show called The Mating Game.She asked questions of three bachelor candidates behind a large screen, and won a date with one of the three males, a guy named Dick (Michael Taylor).She and her partner David Sanders (Nick Nolte in his debut starring film) came across the remains of sunken vessels with precious cargos of morphine and jewels.In the following scene, she then emerged out of the water, sat on the edge of the dive boat, and discreetly removed her T-shirt when she turned around.She suddenly heard a second voice in unison singing Beautiful Dreamer.
Virginia and Penny were honored in the Rose Parade, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre - both left their signatures and imprint in the wet cement, and with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.In his home, she dressed like a princess while he entered the bedroom in a suit of armor (without a back-end).Virginia quipped: "I hope you brought a can opener," and added: "No offense, Dick, but this is like making it with a Buick!Koontz's novel, contained one of the most bizarre and disturbing 'violation by a machine' rape scenes in cinema history.The tagline sensationally broadcast: Proteus began to be lustful for its creator Alex Harris' (Fritz Weaver) estranged wife Susan (Julie Christie), a child psychologist.
In the opening scene, Penny's non-tactful chatterbox ended her relationship with clumsy, bespectacled boyfriend Ted King (Perry Bullington) when she criticized his bedroom love-making abilities (Virginia asked: "You call that a f--k? Wisecracking Virginia identified herself: "It's me, your own little chatterbox," and soon her insults caused Ted to leave her because he felt sexually "inadequate."At the hair salon where she worked for effeminate salon owner-boss Mr.