Stuck on You!
|Stuck on You!|
The DVD cover for 'Stuck on You!'
|Directed by||Michael Herz
|Produced by||Michael Herz
|Written by||Jeffrey Delman
Duffy Caesar Magesis
|Edited by||Richard W. Haines
|Distributed by||Troma Entertainment|
|Running time||90 minutes|
Stuck on You! is a 1982 comedy film directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz of Troma Entertainment. Stuck on You! was the third in a series of four "sexy comedies" that helped establish Troma, beginning with 1979's smash hit Squeeze Play!, 1981's Waitress!, and followed by 1983's The First Turn-On!.
The film, supposedly inspired by the writings of Tom Lehrer and Stan Freberg, follows estranged couple Bill and Carol, who are in a palimony suit against each other. The zany Judge Gabriel (played by Professor Irwin Corey) is handling their suit. As Bill and Carol relate their problems to Gabriel, he demonstrates how all lovers from the beginning of time, including Adam and Eve, Queen Isabella and Christopher Columbus, and King Arthur and Lady Guinevere have all faced their exact same troubles. The judge is finally revealed to be the angel Gabriel, sent down in hopes of bringing the couple back together.
Lloyd Kaufman has stated that Stuck on You! is his favorite of Troma's "sexy comedies".
Tagline: It's Boys, It's Girls, It's Crazy...It's A Stuckin' Good Time!!!
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