- This film was effectively "banned" (not rated by MPAA at all) in the U.S. following protest by Women Against Pornography.
- Troma had the film cut to gain an "R" rating, then shipped the unrated print to theaters telling them it was the R rated version. Eventually it was discovered when a woman complained the film upset her child. Eventually the MPAA sued Troma for improper use of the "R" logo.
Please support TCMDB by adding to this information.Click here to contribute