Synopsis by Robert Firsching
This obscure softcore sex comedy from cult filmmaker Ted V. Mikels stars Victor Sandor as psychiatrist Dr. Ludwig von Sex, who describes five case histories from his new book, which are re-enacted on screen. There are some clever moments, surprisingly good color photography, and a great looking cast compared to many other nudies of the time. That cast includes a young Marsha Jordan, who would later become one of the few actresses in softcore (along with Uschi Digard and Rene Bond) whose name alone guaranteed an audience. Segments include a haunted house full of naked women and a patient who is actually a dog. While strictly for cult audiences, it's not bad for its type.