After Kiss Me Quick, Dr. Sex is the best nudie cutie film I've seen. In Dr. Sex, a trio of sex therapists share humourous, Twilight Zone style stories about their patients. Unlike most nudie cutie films, there is a lot of genuinely funny storytelling amongst the cheesiness. Dr. Sex is also noteworthy for being the first film made by Ted Mikels.
The print is not great, but apparently there will never be a better one (Something Weird used the only known surviving print of the film), and it is still extremely watchable. The biggest problem is that a short section is missing from the third story (told by a serious, skeptical psychiatrist). The psychiatrist sets up the patient's problem, and his patient is shown putting his solution to practice, but part of the exposition between the two scenes in which the psychiatrist apparently recounts his advice is missing. This missing portion appears to be no more than 5 to 10 seconds, and is not essential to the story. Thankfully Something Weird has preserved the vast majority of this worthwhile film.
Wanda is not as strong (it plays like a second rate Harry Novak film) but is still an interesting historical curiosity. The DVD is rounded off by nudie cutie shorts of varying quality. "Jane on a Train", which I've already seen on another SW DVD, and which will be included on the Best of Burlesque DVD as well (someone must love it!) has some interesting special f/x, but my favourite is the extremely surreal "Handyman" which takes place at an apartment building straight out of a David Lynch film.