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Sunday, 18 August 2013

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Munt produced many seminal works, including 1985's top adult film, "Dolls of the fucking"

Jethro Munt, the world's most famous adult film script writer, has passed away at the age of 69. His death is not being treated as suspicious, but police are investigating after he was found drowned in a bath full of semen.

Munt rose to fame during the 1970s, where he wrote scripts for many well known pornographic films such as "Hot Fudge" and "Hamsters of Pleasure". He prided himself on making the story the centrepoint of the film instead of the sex, and tried to avoid lazy cliched plotlines such as plumber visits, nudist beaches or shower scenes.

In an interview he once stated that his dream would be to write a pornographic film script that was so emotionally engaging that it would make viewers cry. He may have achieved this with what is considered his masterpiece, made in 1981, "Tit Frenzy 4". Film reviewer Barry Dank described it as "heart-rendingly masturbatable" and recalled the cinema where it previewed as being full of lachrymose perverts. "I doubt the cleaners will ever be able to remove the tear stains from those seats," he said.

In later life, when many of his co-writers moved on to bigger, more mainstream and more successful films, Munt continued to write in his favourite genre. In the 1990s, his film "Sarajevo Handjobs" was almost nominated for an Oscar for its emotive portrayal of interfamilial strife in the Balkans, as well as for its vigorous ejaculation scenes.

His 2002 epic "Nazi Titwanks" caused outrage for its depiction of soldiers having sex during Second World War battles, including on one occasion a violent orgy between the American 3rd Infantry, a German panzer division and a convent full of French nuns. It was pilloried as glorified sex and violence and was also criticised for its numerous plotholes and historical inaccuracies. Actress Sally Cummings who starred in the film said it left a bitter taste in her mouth.

Munt's last film from 2010, "Invasion of the Giant Alien Penises", was a political satire about how world leaders would respond to the threat of alien invaders. It also contains some of the most graphic alien sex scenes ever made, and was even banned in Belgium. He described it as his most important work to date, although it only received a limited cinematic release. It has since been re-released as "Tentacles and Testicles", although Munt himself disapproved of the rebranding, saying that it detracted from the storyline.

Random social commentator Jill Atanus bemoaned that the days of great artists such as Munt are over. She explained, "Nowadays, people who watch porn just want sex instantly. They don't care about the plot any more, and that's very sad for people like Jethro Munt, who are quite literally becoming extinct. It's as if we needed dinosaurs to write pornos, and suddenly they're all gone and then who is going to do the writing?"

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