- Brunello Chiodetti plays Manlio
- Paolo Gramignano, as Eugenio Gramignano, plays Paolo
- Giuseppe Curia plays Pino
- Erminio Bianchi plays Oslavio
We meet three men, Manlio, Pino and Paolo, who have just escaped from prison. A radio announcer warns the public that these men
have escaped and all women must be careful because the escaped
convicts are extremely sex-starved after being in prison for so long. However, all the women the convicts encounter (Guia Lauri Filzi, Sabrina Mastrolorenzi, Alessandra Messina) are all more than willing to help satisfy their sexual desires. We also meet the Swedish Elisa (Marina Hedman), who is living in an unhappy marriage to Oslavio (Erminio Bianchi), whom she married only to get Italian citizenship. Oslavio has a strange sexual fetish
where he likes to play a corpse; so Elisa has to pay three prostitutes (Laura Levi, Sandy Samuel, Mara Bronzoni) to help satisfy this fetish of his. But in spite of the good pay, the prostitutes are not too happy with this, and prefer to have lesbian orgies with Elisa instead. Meanwhile, the escaped convicts are revealed not to be convicts at all. They simply paid some guy to broadcast this information - along with their descriptions - on the radio so they can score more chicks. With a pair of binoculars they spot Elisa and the prostitutes in a lesbian orgy, and decide to pay them a visit. The girls quickly expose them as frauds, but find them attractive; so they all participate in a lot of 'happy sex'. But when the men's previous
lovers (Guia, Sabrina, Alessandra) show up after managing to trace them, all the women get into a giant cat fight over the men's affections. Realizing that there are simply too many women to satisfy, the three pals run off from the angry, fighting ladies. End of movie.
The version I saw was the US tape from Private Screenings, which is dubbed in English and has very good picture quality. Unfortunately, this is the soft version, so most of the sex scenes feel very incomplete to say the least. The English dubbing is rather poor with lots of idiotic dialogue - the best example being when Marina Hedman's character tells her husband 'Why don't you go and hang yourself?' and he replies 'Thank you, my dear, for the kind thought but I've no intention of following it out'. The entire plot is very stupid but the film is still kind of fun.
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