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[Note: Inept camera-work often visibly displayed the overhead microphone.]The cheapy-made, tame, silly and absurdist comedy with crude sexual humor was a remake of the French porno film Le Sexe qui parle (1975, Fr.) (aka Pussy Talk), the first-ever film about a talking pussy.
Another film with similar subject matter was Me and Him (1988, US/W. The light-hearted, non-raunchy film told about young Penelope "Penny" Pittman (B-movie starlet Candice Rialson), a hairdresser who had a special talent - a talking and singing vagina (dubbed "Virginia").
Although director Hamilton faced charges of child pornography, he went on to direct other tales of scantily-clad young teen females coming of age with the same style of soft-focus film-making, including: Director Tom De Simone and American International Pictures (AIP) quietly released this unusual, inoffensive and non-sleazy R-rated sex comedy about a chatty set of genitals.
The frequent topless nudity was presented very casually and naturally (while her nether regions were never exposed), thereby deflating any charges of exploitation.
Penny also was forced to pose for naked photographs, and felt ignored as the photographers zeroed in on Virginia.Virginia (covered over with a triangular-shaped patch emblazoned with the letter V) performed her hit record - the disco song Wang Dang Doodle.[Note: The songs were penned by popular singer Neil Sedaka!In the opening scene, Penny's non-tactful chatterbox ended her relationship with clumsy, bespectacled boyfriend Ted King (Perry Bullington) when she criticized his bedroom love-making abilities (Virginia asked: "You call that a f--k? Wisecracking Virginia identified herself: "It's me, your own little chatterbox," and soon her insults caused Ted to leave her because he felt sexually "inadequate."At the hair salon where she worked for effeminate salon owner-boss Mr.Jo (comedian Rip Taylor), Penny expressed her concerns to co-worker Linda Ann (Cynthia Hoppenfeld).