Cry Uncle (1971)

Cry Uncle

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A private detective is hired to study an alleged blackmailing scheme, but discovers that he is involved himself in the plot.

Rating: R
Genre: Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: David Odell
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 8, 1999
Runtime:
Cambist Films

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Cast


as Jake Masters

as Jason Dominic

as Narrator

as Lena Right

as 2nd Hippie

as Russian Girl

as Larry Caulk

as Bar Tender

as Coughing Cop

as 1st Hippie

as Keith's Mother

as Sprigg
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Audience Reviews for Cry Uncle

A detective movie distributed by Troma can't just be a normal detective movie, this one's got crazy sex-obsessed characters, and the story involves a porn actress' murder. Very early 70s! It's funny in that soft core exploitation kinda way, and I enjoyed it.

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Aj V

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Fans of Rocky and The Karate Kid probably don't know this, but the Oscar-winning director responsible for both mainstream cocklewarmers was making some very weird sh*t in the early 70s. Before coming down with a terminal case of Good Taste, Avildsen had cranked out the superior sex comedy Guess What We Learned In School Today? (1969) and the classic Summer of Hate film Joe (1970), starring Peter Boyle as a blue collar hippie-killer, and Cry Uncle, a totally whacked-out and very black private-eye spoof marketed as a sex film since you couldn't do much else with its then porno-only X rating. Tubby Jewish comedian Allen Garfield (you'll recognize the face, guaranteed)plays the "Super Dick' hired by a millionaire suspect in a murder case. The investigation soon becomes a trail of dead bodies, including one Garfield has sex with, thinking she's a comatose junkie! Troma president Lloyd Kaufman was production assistant, as with all early Avildsen films from Joe onwards, and plays the bearded hippie on LSD in a motel room. A bad taste masterpiece, Troma later distributed the film, displaying a rare flash of good taste on their part!

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Cassandra Maples

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