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Please, Don't Eat My Mother


1970       Rene Bond

Henry Fudd is a 43-year-old virgin who lives with his domineering mother and finds his sexual pleasures with pin-ups and secretly watching lovers in parks. He discovers a talking plant-female variety-in a small flower shop. Delighted, he buys it and takes it home to brighten up his life.

Henry changes the lock on his room to keep the secret of the talking plant from his mother. All goes well at first, with Henry feeding his new plant "Pro-Pro-Gro" and reading men's magazines. The plant discovers gourmet dining in the form of flies and insists that Henry help find these delicacies for her growing appetite. Henry combines fly catching with lover-watching.

The plant grows larger and soon demands frogs instead of low-cal flies. This causes even greater growth and soon Henry is required to get a job at the city pound to supply enough food as the plant develops a taste for cats and dogs.

Meanwhile, Henry's mother has become convinced he is keeping a woman in his room, sneaks in and

finds the six-foot-high plant. Henry discovers her and in the argument that follows his mother gets too close to the plant and is eaten. Henry is upset but does nothing until a police detective named O'Columbus arrives to check out a missing person report filed by a friend of Henry's mother.

O'Columbus hears the plant talking and of course his curiosity leads to another large lunch for the plant. Henry decides that things have gone too far and refuses to co-operate further with the hungry vegetable.

The plant proceeds to blackmail Henry by coughing up "evidence"- the policeman's badge and gun. Resigned, Henry lures a prostitute to his room for a spicy evening meal. . . for the plant.

In desperation Henry forces a pair of lovers from the park to be food for his ever-hungry pet.

Henry finds he is sexually attracted to his plant but his advances only awaken her desires and he is sent back to the flower shop to get a male plant. The new plant grows rapidly and Henry is once again hunting human food for his domineering plants.

He follows a young couple home from a sex film and watches through a window as they make love. But the love-making ends in a fight and the man is killed. Henry offers his disposal services to the new widow and, together, they feed the body to one of the plants. The young lady is attracted to Henry and when she discovers he is still a virgin, she begins to seduce him. In his excitement, Henry fails to notice how close his seductress is to the other unfed plant . .. .




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Please, Don't Eat My Mother

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Cast of "Please Don't Eat my Mother"

RENE BOND as the wife
BUCK KARTALIAN as Henry
ALICIA FRIEDLAND as the Hooker
Flora Wisel as a lover
David Curtis as a lover
Adam Blari as a lover
Lyn Lundgren as the mother
Dash Fremont as the Flower Store Owner


CREDITS for "Please Don't Eat my Mother"

Produced and Directed .......................... Carl Monson
Cinematography .......................... Jack Beckett
Sound .......................... Dan Folly
Film Editor ........................... Paul Heslin
Set Construction .......................... Mike McClosky
Makeup .......................... Harry Woolman
Key Grip .......................... Phil Kauphman
Continuity .......................... Dee Drew
Executive Producer .......................... Harry Novak

Harry Novak presents a Boxoffice International Film
RUNNING TIME: 98Mm.







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