Wilbur And The Baby Factory (1970, 92 mins.): A secret organization known as "The Baby Factory" cons activist stud Wilbur Steele into joining a scientific experiment in which he'll sire 2,000 genetically perfect children! What Wilbur doesn't realize is that it's all a nefarious scheme funded by bitter billionaire W.W. (Russ Meyer fave Stuart Lancaster) whose manhood is "the size of a peanut" and who's planning on using Wilbur and The Baby Factory in a mad plot to sterilize the entire world. One of the most offbeat sexploitation films of the '70s, here's a wild mix of skin and satire which even features a protest song cameo by Nashville singer Ronee "Nashville" Blakley!
Tanya (1976, 78 mins.): Charlotte Kane, 20-year-old brain-dead heiress of newspaper mogul Charles F. Kane, is kidnapped by five horny pseudo-revolutionaries who call themselves "The Symphonic Liberation Army" and bombard her with sex, sex, drill practice, and more sex. Faster than you can say "Patty Hearst," Charlotte is converted to the cause, changes her name to Tanya, and quickly becomes the ultimate revolutionary nymphomaniac!
Two very carnal comedies courtesy of producer Harry Novak!
This double feature contains the following two cult horror films.
WILBUR AND THE BABY FACTORY: When a 1970s activist gets conned into joining a top-secret organization named The Baby Factory, attempts are made to force the young man into providing sperm for 2,000 babies.
TANYA: When a 20-year-old heiress bimbo is abducted by five members of the Symphonic Liberation Army, a world of sex and passion awaits her.