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This very black comedy film from veteran director Edward Dmytryk was based upon Charles Perrault's classic French folktale first published in the late 1600s.The film's poster revealed the entire plot - and the many demises of Bluebeard's unfortunate wives: It told about the evil and sadistic Count Bluebeard - Baron von Sepper/Bluebeard (Richard Burton), a WWI biplane flying ace with a blue-colored beard.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.
The frequent topless nudity was presented very casually and naturally (while her nether regions were never exposed), thereby deflating any charges of exploitation.[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").He was an Austrian aristocrat, avant-garde photographer, and predatory husband who lived in a castle.His most recent vivacious spouse, suspicious American vaudeville-cabaret dancer Anne (Joey Heatherton), had married him almost immediately after meeting him at one of her dance performances.