- Introduction by Troma President Lloyd Kaufman
- Full-Length Feature Commentary by Directors John G. Avildsen and Bruce Malmuth, Writer David Odell and Lloyd Kaufman
- New Interviews with Professor Irwin Corey, Paul Dooley, Carl Gurevich, Benni Korzen, Robert McCarty & Estelle Parsons
- TromaDance PSA
- Troma-tic Trailers & More
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 1 hours, 30 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: October 26, 2004
- Originally Released: 1975
- Label: Troma
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Additional Release Material:
- Interviews: Carl Gurevich - Producer, Benni Korzen - Producer, Robert McCarty - Director, Estelle Parsons, Paul Dooley, Professor Irwin Corey - Stars
- Audio Commentary: John G. Avildsen, Bruce Malmuth - Directors, David Odell - Writer- Lloyd Kaufman - President of Troma Entertainment (with video track)
- Introduction: Lloyd Kaufman - President of Troma Entertainment
- Bonus Footage:
- TromaDance PSA
- Radiation March
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Description by OLDIES.com:
Three different views of sex, by three different directors!
A star-studded anthology of quirky 1970s movies, Foreplay is a hilarious three-part examination in the "science of sexology." John G. Avildsen (Academy Award-winning director of Rocky), Bruce Malmuth (Nighthawks) and Robert McCarty (Light Fantastic) make up the threesome of directors who bring you a melange-a-trois of laughs!
See a man (Pat Paulsen) tormented by his beautiful but uncooperative lover...a life-sized living doll!; an Italian lothario/muse give one lucky man (Jerry Orbach) the chance to relive all his past failed seductions; and watch in disbelief when the President of the United States (Zero Mostel) and the First Lady (Estelle Parsons) are forced to have sex on TV to save their kidnapped daughter!
A collection of three racy comedy segments dealing with the subject matter of sex. In the first, a lonely guy (Pat Paulsen) shares a relationship with a blowup doll. In the second, a blocked writer (Jerry Orbach) turns to his muse for help with women. And in the third, the President (Zero Mostel) is forced to have sex on national TV to save his kidnapped daughter.