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A new porn parody was filmed at the Erotic Heritage Museum (of course)

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Ron Jeremy plays the museum’s curator.

Hollywood-blockbuster photo ops are all over Las Vegas, from the parts of Piero’s featured in Casino to the Caesars Palace front desk in The Hangover (“This isn’t the real Caesar’s palace, is it?”).

Now you can stand where adult-film royalty has, er, stood, with the arrival of Night at the Erotic Museum, filmed on-location at the Erotic Heritage Museum.

In this parody of the Ben Stiller family franchise Night at the Museum, James Deen plays a security guard watching over an institution where exhibits come to life at night to have their way with visitors. The film, now available for purchase, pays tribute to the golden age of porn with studs and starlets playing retro stars like Linda Lovelace and John Holmes. Oh, and Ron Jeremy plays the museum’s curator.

While EHM’s executive director Victoria Hartmann says the museum has appeared in a number of small-scale projects, Night at the Erotic Museum is the biggest to be filmed there. Hartmann and owner Harry Mohney have been interested in such a project for years, and she says Mohney leveraged his extensive connections in the adult-film industry to make the movie happen.

“It’s more than just wanting publicity for the museum,” says Hartmann, adding that its history and educational pursuits will be featured in the film. “Beyond the sex scenes … you get a look at the entire museum and what it all contains.”

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