| Animation, Comedy, Fantasy
Willard, a mild mannered insurance adjuster, teams up with a foul-mouthed fowl who takes Willard on a surreal quest to become less uptight - and possibly get laid in the process.
Had the film been distributed under its original title, "Cheap", the film would have been advertised as "Roger Corman's Cheap!" When Corman realized that the title was a shot at his production techniques, he asked that the title be changed.
Flo & Eddie:
Liz, Mary or Louise - They'll get down on their knees. Or, Sydney the dyke, Uh, what would you like? We're here to please. June, Cindy or Jeanine Or, all three might be a scene. It's all up to you, a Negro, a Jew For you to screw.
The end credits were handwritten (possibly by Charles Swenson), and feature many spelling errors. (I.E. 'nego,' meaning 'NEGRO'; 'dyke' is spelled 'dike'; etc.)