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 +'''Flash Gordon''' is the hero of a [[science fiction]] [[comic strip]] originally drawn by [[Alex Raymond]], which was first published on [[January 7]], [[1934]].
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In the 1974 film ''[[Flesh Gordon]]'', a [[ribaldry|ribald]] parody of the science fiction adventures of [[Flash Gordon]], the villain "Emperor Wang" directs a "sex ray" at Earth which causes the planet's inhabitants to become uncontrollably sexually aroused. In the 1974 film ''[[Flesh Gordon]]'', a [[ribaldry|ribald]] parody of the science fiction adventures of [[Flash Gordon]], the villain "Emperor Wang" directs a "sex ray" at Earth which causes the planet's inhabitants to become uncontrollably sexually aroused.
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Flash Gordon is the hero of a science fiction comic strip originally drawn by Alex Raymond, which was first published on January 7, 1934.

In the 1974 film Flesh Gordon, a ribald parody of the science fiction adventures of Flash Gordon, the villain "Emperor Wang" directs a "sex ray" at Earth which causes the planet's inhabitants to become uncontrollably sexually aroused.



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