Alice In Wonderland. The Musical Porno.

I know this is a stretch. This is the first film I am posting on this site. All films come and go so what is so special about this one? Its a quirky 70's porn based on a children's story that is an original musical. This is possibly the oddest film ever made. I'm not kidding when I say you'll be singing these songs long after you have gone blind from the porn.

Alice in Wonderland (sometimes listed as Alice in Wonderland: A Musical Porno) is a 1976 pornographic musical film, loosely based on Lewis Carroll's children's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It was directed by Bud Townsend and starred Terri Hall, Bree Anthony, and Kristine DeBell. The theatrical release of the film was on December 10, 1976 in the USA. On May 26-27 it was shown at the Grand Illusion Cinema in Seattle, Washington during Satellites 2000: Screens From Outer Space.
The film initially received a X-rating in 1976 and subsequently, an R-rating a year later with 3 minutes cut from the film. It was later re-released on VHS with a somewhat grandiose title roll preceding the movie noting that quite a bit of hardcore footage had originally been shot, but 'could not be included' at the time. Several reviews opine that the added material actually makes the movie less enjoyable by dragging down its pacing.

Alice (Kristine DeBell) offends her would-be lover William (Ron Nelson) by rejecting his advances. Upset, she falls asleep reading Alice in Wonderland. The white rabbit (Larry Gelman) appears to her in a dream and takes her into a sexual wonderland. The story loosely follows Carroll's original plot, and includes many of his characters, but with considerable sexual license.

The film was produced by adult film mogul Bill Osco, the producer of the first mainstream adult film, Mona (1970), and its sequel Harlot (1971), as well as the comedy/stop motion effects hit, Flesh Gordon (1974). Osco chose to make as his next project a musical soft-core version of the Lewis Carroll novel, finding that the story rights were in the public domain. The result was an X-rated feature which was picked up by 20th Century Fox, who cut three minutes to obtain an R-Rating.
Released at Osco's suggestion by Fox on the same day as Star Wars, Osco having realized that the film was going to be a hit and convinced Fox to book Alice in every venue that played Star Wars. As a result, Alice went on to gross over $90 million dollars worldwide, thus making it one of the most successful adult films ever. Two years later the film was recut to add some reshot hardcore scenes, using some of the original actors, with an added credit scroll explaining the demand for the hardcore version.


Alice was circulated as an R-rated version in VHS format by Media Home Entertainment. The X-rated hardcore version was also available on VHS. Both have long been out of print.

They Always Come Back:
In December 2007, Subversive Cinema released a DVD containing the different versions, fully-restored, and available through mainstream DVD retail outlets.

7 comments:

Marko said...

Ha ha! There was also this bmovie porno for Cinderella that i watched years ago on Cinemax...I laughed hysterically, I think the fairy god mother was a really bad drag queen.

Gavin Elster said...

Yep it sure was a bad drag queen. You are referring to the 1977 film Cinderella directed by Michael Pataki.

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Dr. Disney Wizard said...

I remember walking around the set. My father worked with Bill Rotsler on the crew putting this together.

I told my dad while walking around the sets that I wanted to see it when it was out and he deferred the question.

I still haven't seen it, when Star Wars opened, I was working next door at Motorama (where the cars are the stars) and saw it later that week, but it was only Star Wars, no double feature at Grauman's Chinese! —)o=8>

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