An illustrated poster for 1971’s ‘The Erotic Adventures of Pinocchio.’
I’ve seen my fair share of what your Mom refers to as “dirty movies” in my lifetime and I’m sure most of our Dangerous Minds readers have too. As I also know that many of you have a thing for movie posters it is with particular amusement and pride that I bring to you a collection of illustrated movie posters advertising various ‘X-Rated’ films from the 1960s and 1970s. Pretty much no topic was off limits back then apparently. There was even an erotic flick based on the sexploits of Pinocchio. Which I suppose makes perfect sense when you think about it (ahem) long enough.
One of the more amusing aspects of these film posters is the cheesy tongue-in-cheek copywriting that accompanies the posters that’s supposed to help sell you on the idea that the Erotic Adventures of Pinocchio would be a good time because “his nose isn’t the only thing that grows!” A few others are also are based on stories originally conceived for kids such as Cinderella (“the sexiest comedy of 1977 Cinderella 2000”), Alice in Wonderland or 1969’s The New Adventures of Snow White which I believe I’m safe in assuming involves sexytime with at least seven dwarves. At least I hope it does.
If you’re digging them like I do most of the posters featured in this post can be purchased over at Heritage Auctions and other online auction sites. It should go without saying I wouldn’t be doing my job right if I didn’t say that many of the images in this post are NSFW. You already knew that, right?
An X-Rated musical version of ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ 1976.
‘Cinderella 2000,’ 1977.
‘The New Adventures of Snow White,’ 1969.
‘Thar She Blows,’ 1968.
‘Breaker Beauties,’ 1977.
‘The Stewardesses’ (in 3-D!), 1969.
‘Trader Hornee,’ 1970.
‘The Little Blue Box,’ 1979.
‘Mary Jane,’ 1972.
‘Cherry Blossom,’ 1973.
‘Blow Dry,’ 1976.
‘The Whistle Blowers,’ 1973.