Dr. Snuggles and friends return for episode 48 of your guide to the truly astonishing world of softcore films, and the world’s number one podcast on that subject!
We’re spaceward bound this episode, checking out Norman J. Warren’s 1979 interstellar softcore comedy Spaced Out! It’s wildly British (written by the guy who went on to create Pie in the Sky, in which Richard Griffiths was a semi-retired copper who also ran a restaurant - classic stuff) though stars an Australian, a Canadian, and a Hungarian as three goofy aliens, who have sequins for eyebrows. Bonus: one of them is the unforgettable Glory Annen, from Felicity! And as is befitting a saucy British comedy of the time, it’s packed with innuendo, has a pretty fair smattering of sexism, but also maybe rejects this and heroises the sensitive, emotionally intelligent lad instead? We try to puzzle that one out.
Plus, we talk about the life and times of the one and only Dr Ava Cadell, who plays alien engineer Partha! She was a refugee of the Hungarian revolution before she was even two years old, and then almost became a nun. But, of course, she didn’t - she became a successful model and actor, and a world renowned Sexologist! Now she runs online sex coach training school Loveology University - good ol’ Love U’! Ava, if you’re reading this, you gotta make letterman jackets. You’ll sell thousands!
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