Is There Sex After Death?
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|Is There Sex After Death?|
|Directed by||Alan Abel
|Produced by||Alan Abel
|Written by||Alan Abel
Robert Downey, Sr.
|Edited by||Jeanne Abel|
Driving through New York City in his Sexmobile, Dr. Harrison Rogers of the Bureau of Sexological Investigation searches out luminary figures in the world of sex. According to the movie, the answer to the title question is: "No, only affection".
- Alan Abel as Dr. Rogers
- Buck Henry as Dr. Louise Manos
- Marshall Efron as Vince Domino
- Holly Woodlawn as Herself
- Robert Downey, Sr. as Himself
- Jim Moran as Dr. Elevenike
- James Randi as Seance Medium
- Mink Stole as Dominatrix
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