Puppetry of the Penis - Tackle Happy 2000

In 1996, Australian Simon Morley created a calendar in which each photograph was of his genitalia - which he had carefully manipulated, origami-like, into interesting shapes. As the calendar grew popular, he was asked for live demonstrations, which prompted h…
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Medium level coarse language, nudity

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In 1996, Australian Simon Morley created a calendar in which each photograph was of his genitalia - which he had carefully manipulated, origami-like, into interesting shapes. As the calendar grew popular, he was asked for live demonstrations, which prompted him to grab his equally fearless and pliable pal David Friend and take the show on the road as Puppetry of the Penis. While the show has since conquered several continents, this amusing documentary captures the memorable moments of their first cabaret tour of Australia.

Member Reviews

  • Just a boring documentary about the men in the show on the road. Not the actual show.

  • Ahh This is what guys do in private!!! What a good laugh, guys having fun...balls and all!!!

  • A must for a hen's night or for blokes looking for new skills to impress and delight their friends and family.

  • Sorry , we found this pathetically unimaginative. It wasn't the subject matter , it was just p..s weak! If you still want to watch this, do what their live audiences had done beforehand, drink at least a carton of beer (probably more) first. Holding a cardboard frame over their genitalia and calling it a politician? The "whipper snipper"., standing on ones head is the "fruit bat", funny stuff! NOT!!! I think my expectations were a little too high.

  • Enjoyed this despite having my hand over my eyes part of the time ... OUCH! But, it was fun, and if you like a good squeamish laugh - definitely watch it!

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