In Which We Remove Foot From Mouth, Mind From Gutter

A Freudian slip from the one-track mind of Sarah Hepola.

In Which We Remove Foot From Mouth, Mind From Gutter

In her interview with former teen star Ilan Mitchell-Smith ("A Hollywood Twist," Nov. 8), Sarah Hepola reported that the movie Weird Science was released in Japan as Electric Penis. In fact, the movie was released as Electric Venus. The Chronicle regrets the error and wonders what was on Sarah Hepola's mind.

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Sarah Hepola, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Weird Science, Electric Penis, Electric Venus

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