Ned, Fred, Red, and Gramps, of the Creative Concepts Systems and Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc., are in big trouble. Their get rich quick scheme, Big League Bocce, has become a financial disaster and their only options now are to pay back their debts or get out of town... fast! Overhearing their plight, their barely literate delivery boy, Jimmy, makes a novel suggestion: produce a skin flick. With no other way to recoup their losses, they decide to give it a shot, hiring the only smut peddler they know, Lash, who operates a fetish store, along with auteur Geppetto, to add some class to the proceedings. But with their creditors closing in, can the boys get their sleaze in the can before it's too late?
Let My Puppets Come (also called Let My Puppets Go) is a 1976 pornographic film written and directed by Gerard Damiano and starring Al Goldstein, Lynette Sheldon, Penny Nichols, and Gerard Damiano. All the sex scenes in the film are between puppets or puppet-on-human.
Red: Everyone's been in a hospital and had those fantasies, thinking of the nurses, whacking off in bed.
- All Dogs Are Purebred: Fido the puppet dog is a purebred cocker.
- American Accents: Characters such as Jimmy and the cop have these.
- Aside Glance: Fido does this when his girl turns down his request for sex at first.
- B-Movie: Ned's proposal for a scene for the flick apparently parodies this.
- Become a Real Boy: Pornocchio's reward for cumming eight times.
- Big Applesauce: The story takes place in New York City.
- But You Screw One Goat!: Two proposed scenes for the flick plays this trope, one with a dog, and one with a (monster) fish.
- Country Matters: The film uses the trope's curse word often, both in insults and referring to vaginas.
- Dirty Old Man: Gramps. And he's still got it.
- Disney Acid Sequence: "All-American Boy".
- Gag Penis: One of the characters is this. No, really.
- Hospital Hottie: Nurse McCringle takes this trope Up to Eleven.
- I Need a Freaking Drink: The last line of the "Creative Concepts, Systems, and Procedures, Brothers Unlimited, Inc." song has Gramps singing "I need a drink!".
- Imagine Spot: The proposed scenes play out in this form.
- The Immodest Orgasm: From Red's feminine-sounding moans to Fido's howling.
- Meaningful Name: Guess what Prick (and his actor's name Peter E. Rection) is.
- And guess what color Red's hair is.
- Mister Big: Played Straight with the mob boss who is ironically named Mr. Big.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed/Punny Name: The puppet characters' "actors"' names parody those of famous celebrities, such as "Clark Gobble" (Clark Gable), "Clitoris Leachman" (Cloris Leachman), and "Dianna Boss" (Diana Ross).
- Out with a Bang: Red's terminally ill patient character gets some head from the Head Nurse as his Last Request.
- Pun: The movie uses lots of these, whether they come off as either stealthy or incredibly lame.
- Really Gets Around: Gramps is said to have married a career girl, two virgins, and three tramps to make his three sons.
- Standard Snippet: The William Tell Overture plays at least three times in the movie.
- Stood Up: Jimmy's proposal for a movie scene features a lonely woman who has been stood up every Saturday night. Her dog Fido is more than happy to help with her situation.
- Talking Animal: Fido the puppet dog.
- Your Cheating Heart: In one scene, Miss Bliss mentions that Mr. Big has a wife named Mrs. Big. In a later scene, however, he is shown receiving a blowjob from Fluffer.