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Two young girls in New York City studying to be ballet dancers are chosen by a crazed sex fiend to be his next victims. He rapes one of them at gunpoint and then proceeds to stalk and terrorize both of them. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Arlene Farber ... Toni (as Toni France)
Jean Weston ... Sonya
Lucky Kargo ... Frank Yeager
Jerome Heller ... Seymour
Jay Jayson ... Psychiatrist
Naomi Riis ... Nurse
Phillip Dannah ... Eddy
Jack Henkins ... T. V. Make-up Man
Lillian Merideth ... Mrs. Federova
Michael Lawrence ... Mr. Selinsky
Stan Howard ... Cafe Host
David Bruno ... Cafe Brawler
Lisa Parnova ... Ballet Mistress
Linda Lee ... Cafe Singer
Diana Loverso ... Dancer
Barbara Bogash ... Dancer
Rose Barile ... Dancer
Laurie Blutman ... Dancer
Jay Jacobs ... Dancer
Janet Banzet ... Dancer
Rosemary Mathias ... Dancer
Ingrid Larson
Rose Carrol
Sandy Benson
Anne Linden
Bob Janvary
Art Yates
Hall Leonard
Harry Paine

Directed by
Stanley H. Brassloff  (as Stanley H. Brasloff)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stanley H. Brassloff  writer
Dustin Williams  writer

Produced by
Victor Petrashevic .... producer
Original Music by
Guilliame Bellivier 
Cinematography by
Victor Petrashevic 
Music Department
Pril Smiley .... music effects

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USA:78 min
Sound Mix:
Canada:16+ (Quebec) | USA:Unrated (DVD)

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13 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
So-so roughie with its share of skin, 14 July 2006

Lousy camera work and terrible sound recording can't quite sink this late 60s roughie. Toni, an underage minx on her own, is a "technically hideous" ballet dancer who meets her producer date at the door in bra and panties and lets him leer while she finishes dressing. Then she's surprised when Seymour gets all handsy on the couch before they go out! He takes her to a coffee bar that turns into a masked orgy, but luckily Toni is game to be the first to strip!

Toni's friend Sonya is a slightly more awful dancer and "a little foggy about the third movement," even after she's had a long, hot shower to think about it. Other than the shower, tho, she's rather prim.

Titular madman Frank catches up with Toni and Seymour and rapes Toni at gunpoint while gutless Seymour is forced to drive them around. Writer/director Brassloff doesn't bother to show us the awkward aftermath; Toni just shows up at ballet practice with bruises and a clinical case of Stockholm Syndrome.

Frank continues to torment our heroines, both physically and in memory, and eventually stalks them to ballet class, where he slips in afterward to catch Sonya and partner Eddy (sic) practicing for an upcoming gig in Amsterdam. The madman isn't so much mad as he is giddy, laughing like a hyena almost continuously thruout the movie until Eddy rises to the occasion like no male ballet dancer ever has, aside from maybe Baryshnikov in White Nights.

The Bohemian coffee bar scene is a real slice of 60s life. The nudity is fair to middling. The madman is the real weakness (aside from the lousy camera work and terrible sound recording). It's worth a look if you're a fan of the genre.

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