Review Nudity in a movie can be mere eye candy, no different to looking at the images on one of the magnificent ceilings painted by artists such as Fragonard, or it can be presented with a sexual significance. All such material will however usually result in the film in question being classified as for adult viewers only. Little Bo Peep, Old King Cole, Little Tommy Tucker, Snow White, and many others, have all grown up and are ready for action! Most of the film takes place in and around the nursery rhyme shoe that the old woman lived in, except now the old woman is Gussie Gander, a madam running a brothel out of the place. Both these films are very similar in style, and choosing one in preference to the other is essentially a matter of taste. Some of those who have commented on these films in the Imdb data base have expressed a preference for Cinderella, but I personally preferred Fairy Tales. The poster and the trailer proudly display what type of movie Fairy Tales is, but as the stately opening credits played I imagined a couple of clueless parents bringing their kids along for an old-fashioned good time.
But instead of picking just one and running with it, he decided to lump a whole bunch into one movie. The bitter-sweet story of young lovers caught up in an political struggle waged by farmers against. Both Cinderella and Fairy Story have been released through the same distributors Astral and can best be described as musical comedies for adults which makes liberal use of nudity in fun sequences; they do not fall into the dirty comedy category and, since many of the songs are more humorous and less suggestive than those often encountered in music videos, they are not likely to offend many of the viewers who know what to expect. Fairy Tales is ultimately just a series of mostly unrelated vignettes of classic fairy tales with nudity, all tied together via the brothel. With which the loyalty of the princess is being tested as well. As you can surely imagine, this is not a movie you come to for big, smart ideas. This is certainly the case here, and I have no hesitation in strongly recommending this film to anyone interested in seeing it.
There are a few scenes that made me laugh, but nothing very memorable. By contrast the story of Cinderella is very well known and even when retold in adult form some of the element of surprise, which is important for films of this type, is lost. For a film of its genre I would rate it at 9 out of 10. The film never promises anything more than it delivers, although after Cinderella I was hoping for something a little more cohesive and funny than this. This version is spoken in German, and comes with English, Dutch and German subtitles. Cinderella is a very similar film in terms of songs and construction, but I felt far less dirty watching that film.
But with the deadline looming, the Prince sets off on a valiant quest to find the princess and bring her back so that they can get fruitful and multiply. She is the long-lost Princess Beauty, who was last seen many years ago in the land of Fairy Tales. It can be shown in various ways, as a totally natural incident appropriate to the scene being sceened, as pure fun, as erotic stimulation, as downright dirty comedy, or as explicit sex — although this is generally regarded as making the film pornographic. Little Bo Peep, Old King Cole, Little Tommy Tucker, Snow White and many others, have all grown up and are ready for action! If you are a Linnea fan, then fast forward to the very end. When he however breaks this promise, the fairy turns him into a frog.
With a number of familiar characters, such as Snow White and Old King Cole, making appearances, this adult romp is sure to raise a smile in viewers looking for something of an esoteric nature. Ultimately I usually find that the success of a film of this type is assured whenever it is very clear that all the cast had a whale of a good time whilst creating it. The rest of the movie is cheesy beyond belief. She asks for help from her neighbor, Frank Athearn. On the general scale: On the B-movie scale: Hot off the heels of and her snapping pussy, Charles Band was eager to recapture the audience that craved erotic musicals based on fairy tales.
Reviews I am a big fan of Scream Queen Linnea Quigley. Directors: John Hanson, Rob Nilsson Writers: John Hanson, Rob Nilsson Stars: Robert Behling, Susan Lynch, Joe Spano Instructions to Download Full Movie : 1. In a clothing optional land of make believe where everything is possible! Linnea is sexy, but everyone else is disturbingly yucky! It can also be presented musically, and with so many possibilities it is hardly surprising that many filmgoers will enjoy some, but not all, of these forms of presentation. If you are going to make such a trashy flick, at least have the decency to hire some cute actors and actresses! Fairy Tales On his twenty-first birthday, the Prince goes on a quest that takes him across the land searching for the one woman that gets him sexually excited, Princess Sleeping Beauty. The princess then falls in love with the prince, who declares eternal fidelity to her. Starring Don Sparks, Sy Richardson, Robert Staats, Brenda Fogarty, Linnea Quigley, Irwin Corey, Robert Harris, Simmy Bow, Martha Reeves, Frank Ray Perilli, Angelo Rossitto, Bob Leslie, Jeff Doucette, Lindsay Freeman, Nai Bonet, Angela Aames, Anne Gaybis, Lee Arries Directed by Harry Hurwitz Expectations: Fairly high, after how surprisingly enjoyable Cinderella was. .
Without much of a story driving Fairy Tales forward, we really are supposed to be watching just for the nudity. These enchanting characters from beloved nursery rhymes sing, dance, lust, and romance their way through this hilarious, naughty, and twisted tale where music, mirth, and merriment are the rule of the day in a clothing optional land of make believe where everything is possible! Restored from its original 35mm negative, Fairy Tales is a titillating delight from the legendary Charles Band Cinderella. These enchanting characters from beloved nursery rhymes sing, dance, lust, and romance their way through this hilarious, naughty, and twisted tale where music, mirth, and merriment are the rule of the day. The music and songs in both films are excellent and are such fun that it would be hard not to enjoy them, a sequence in Fairy Tales where Snow White is set upon by her seven little dwarfs is particularly enjoyable probably it could not even be filmed today as the Society of Dwarfs, or some similar body, might protest forcibly about unflattering representation of those handicapped individuals which it represents , and the presentation of the house in a shoe as the local house of ill fame, with Robert Staats as a copybook ponce, is hilarious. . . .
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