This is a bawdy burlesque of the famous fairy tale. Instead of Gepetto, the old man wood-carver, we have Geppeta (Monica Gayle), an apparently frustrated nubile young virgin. Geppeta carves Pinocchio (Alex Roman) for herself as a gorgeous young hunk. Geppeta's fairy godmother, a bawdy blonde played by Dyanna Thorne, magically transforms the young stud Pinocchio into a living man, who is quickly brought to work in the local whorehouse as a prize stud and exhibitionist. Nothing — not even sex — is taken seriously in this fairy tale for grown-ups.
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This was one of the strangest movies I've seen in a while. While it tries to be an early 1970's example of a sexploitation film, it fails on many levels. From the opening, where the Fairy Godmother/Narrator does a striptease, to the parts where a series of girls tries to exhaust Pinocchio, this movie has its share of toplessness. The plot (and sound) were both weak, and the acting wasn't great either. The sets and lighting reminded me of a bad acid trip, especially the pimp of the whorehouse. Predictable at times, the movie tries to have a good ending, but doesn't really. If you want to see what the old downtown movie theatres had been reduced to playing in the early 70's, this film's for you. otherwise, there's probably something better out there.