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Set in a sanitorium in the 1920s, a group of lunatics with tuberculosis break out and fight for women's suffrage. They are then eaten by stray dogs, and we follow one runt of the pack as he is taken in by a woman with enormous breasts. One morning the dog is scared by her and accidently bites, giving her a fatal disease from which she dies. The dog then begins to talk in the movie and gives a long speech about how charity is cowardice and selfishness is a virtue.
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- looselucy26 - "Was this Richard's attempt to atone for 20 years of making racist movies?" - 5/10 stars
- thimbledick - "If it was, he didn't do a very good job." - 3/10 stars
- sippycup8 - "How can you have a classic movie from 1994?" - 2/10 stars
- richardsfan45 - "One of the great untold stories of our time!" - 8/10 stars
- gold4eva - "It's untold because it never happened." - 3/10 stars
- popmuncha2 - "I heard Sexton Daniels is going to be in Solomon Richards' new movie." - 0/10 stars
- filmnazi11 - "I hope it's better than Defender Of The Earth. That sucked the big one." - 4/10 stars
- Michael's famous phrase, "You forget a thousand things every day, make sure this is one of them" comes from this movie, but the original is a bit different: "We forget a thousand things everyday, can't we just make this one of them?". Solomon Richards uses this phrase in a phone call to Michael, if Michael calls him after the storyline is completed.