Among the more obscure titles in Something Weird's catalog, ACAPULCO UNCENSORED offers little to the soft porn fan. It was clearly filler when released in the '60s and has even less interest today.
A phony sailor (familiar actor Victor Izay) is on-screen narrator, introducing mainly staged sex scenes using familiar porn talent. Usual hidden-camera premise to watch real people is bogus, though some unattractive non-pros are included in the cast.
Condescending narration tries to contrast Mexican slums with high-society folk getting down to do the nasty (softcore style). A wife-swapping session by a pool features full frontal nudity, but looks like a sequence lifted from some feature film.
Local prostitution is presented unglamorously and in boring fashion. At one point two hookers demonstrate lesbian sex -unarousing and patently phony.
Kathy Williams displays her torpedo-shaped breasts as an American tourist named Marsha, seduced by a water ski boat owner Ramon. This acted out scene is supposedly "reality".
A nightlife segment features a busty young novice in a brothel but we don't even get to see her topless.
Film concludes with an idiotic sequence on the narrator's boat with buxom redhead Linda O'Bryant camping it up as a dominating lesbian whore, who gives both our hero and his deckhand Mario a hard time.
Attempts like this to blur the line between documentary recording and fiction are about as interesting as suffering through reality TV. It's the worst feature credited to usually reliable Don Davis I've sat through so far, by far.