“Sensitive men have been fretting over G-strings for years.”
A door-to-door salesman (Bill Teas) develops the uncanny ability to see women without their clothes on.
- Peeping Toms
- Russ Meyer Films
- Supernatural Powers
Response to Peary’s Review:
Peary notes that this one-note nudie comedy was “notorious when released”, but now seems “tame, even genteel”. Most importantly, it put director Russ Meyer on the map as the “King of the Nudies”; he went on to make much raunchier fare, including Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill (1965) and Vixen! (1968). TIMT is pure male fantasy all the way, naturally, and becomes repetitive fairly quickly; fortunately, it’s only an hour-plus long, and has enough “curiosity appeal” to remain relatively amusing until the end.
Redeeming Qualities and Moments:
- Occasional moments of unexpected humor
No, though it’s of mild historical interest simply for its status as “bosomania” director Russ Meyer’s first feature film.