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The screwball comedy, Pandora and the Magic Box (1965) introduced sexploitation auteur Joe Sarno’s unique take on Yiddish Theater to the raincoat crowd. Sarno would bring this blend of broad farce and burlesque to the screen again in his madcap spy caper Deep Throat II (1974) and the ribald spoof, A Touch of Genie (1974).
Deep Throat II - When one of sex therapist extraordinaire Linda's patients turns out to be harboring the plans to a top-secret government computer, both the KGB and the CIA attempt to enlist Linda in their efforts to steal the data. Deep Throat II is an R rated satire of politics and porn, and the official sequel to the most profitable and infamous film in motion pictures history.
Pandora and the Magic Box - When King Minos discovers Theseus is on a mission to locate the rightful ruler of Greece, he sends his buxom servant Pandora to disrupt the search. Meanwhile, Zeus selects Theseus to protect a wooden box “full of trouble.” Add a handful of Amazons and one king in drag, and you have Sarno’s zany spin on a classic Greek myth.
Newly remastered from the original film elements, the collection includes a new essay by film historian Tim Lucas (Video Watchdog, Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark)