The Ecstasies of Women (1969)

Director
Herschell Gordon Lewis

Main cast
Sharon Matt; Walter Camp; Bonnie Clark; Dee Howard; Antoinette Maynard

Genres
Drama, Comedy

Description
Harry is a man whose friends throw him night-long bachelor party on the eve of him getting married. Harry flashes back to his many female "conquests" with the go-go dancers that remind him of his many past lovers.


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