About the film
The Flanders and Alcott Report on Sexual Response
Release Date: March 01, 1971
|Production Companies||:||777 Productions, Xerxes Productions Ltd.|
|Director||:||Eric Jeffrey Haims|
"The Meadows Foundation" is a research laboratory run by dedicated scientist Dr. Flanders and his shapely assistant Dr. Phyllis Alcott. The place was named after their leader, Dr. Meadows, "an underground practicing abortionist." The two doctors, dressed in lab coats and clutching clipboards, conduct experiments on "surrogates" - people whose libidos are damaged. Mainly, they hook up battery cables to naked, spread-eagled women.