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Russ Meyer's exploitative, campy, and often humorous low-budget 'skin-flicks' in the 60s and 70s (23 in total) were filled with sex, nudity and then with 'rough' violence.

They seemed to focus almost entirely on well-endowed, curvaceous, take-charge Amazonian women with large breasts (and slim waists) in accidentally-funny, trashy, tasteless and often violent films.

"Ted" Paramore III, about a man (Hank Henry) with a frigid wife who turned to the great historical seductresses in his daydreaming fantasies: Delilah, Cleopatra, Pocahontas, and Lucrezia Borgia; it was advertised as "Frolic for Broad-minded Adults," with "15 No Cover Girls," and "NOT Recommended if You Blush Easily".

Herschell Gordon Lewis also directed the first full-color "nudie-cutie" titled The Adventures of Lucky Pierre (1961).

Another breakthrough, sexploitation film was also released soon thereafter - a 'Mr.

Teas' imitation: Not Tonight, Henry (1960) - by producer Edward E.

These were accompanied by an onslaught of darker, more violent and rougher films.

Splatter films emerged, such as the blood-dripping, splatter film offerings of the "Godfather of Gore" Herschell Gordon Lewis (the first 'gore' film Blood Feast (1963) and 2000 Maniacs (1964)).

" It was based on Richard Amory's 1966 pulp novel of the same title about a homosexual relationship in 1870's California, and provided audiences with one of its first serious representations of homosexuality, although the film was campy and amateurish.

Infamous 'bad' cult-film director/screenwriter Ed Wood, known for one of the worst films ever - Plan 9 From Outer Space (1956), was less known for his dabbling in porn films.

In the decade of the 60s (until his death in 1978 at age 54) when he lost investment backing for his projects, Wood turned to writing sexy pulp novels, and to filming short porno 'loops' for coin-operated booths in sex shops.

It was filmed in CUTIE COLOR and SKINAMASCOPE by producer/screenwriter David Friedman, and advertised as "A Pinch of Pepper... A Dash of Mustard..as Spicy a Dish of Adult Cinemafare as You'll Ever Taste."Within a short period of time, many more 'nudie cutie' films were released, such as Peter Perry's Kiss Me Quick!

(1964), a science-fiction horror film from sleaze producer Harry Novak.

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