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The Touchables (1968)

British rock star with a love-'em-and-leave-'em reputation. The tables are turned when four cute young girls kidnap the singer. After several days of sex and degradation, the poor fellow is rescued by his friends.

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Credited cast:
Ester Anderson ...
Melanie
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Christian
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Lillywhite
Joan Bakewell ...
Interviewer
Michael Chow ...
Denzil
Roy Davies ...
Glubb
William Dexter ...
Quayle
Bruno Elrington ...
Bruno
Peter Gordeno ...
Jimmy
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Sadie
Danny Lynch ...
March
Monika Ringwald ...
Busbee (as Marilyn Rickard)
John Ronane ...
Kasher
Kathy Simmonds ...
Samson
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Ricki (as Ricky Star)
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British rock star with a love-'em-and-leave-'em reputation. The tables are turned when four cute young girls kidnap the singer. After several days of sex and degradation, the poor fellow is rescued by his friends.

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27 February 1969 (West Germany)  »

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Las tocables  »

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Connections

Spoofs The Untouchables (1959) See more »

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Respect
Written by Ken Thorne
Performed by The Ferris Wheel
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very pretty....pretty bad!
15 December 2009 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

All my life I've been mad about 60's mod films. I just love movies from the 60's with loads of cool clothes and style. I thought I knew about most of them until I just recently found out about "The Touchables", which is just all mod style. So much so, that there's almost no plot at all. The clothes and the visuals are fantastic but it all just seems to be a bunch advertisements strung together, one after the other.

After a while I almost lost interest since it was almost too much style. The girls are very pretty but, apart from the dark one, all of them are very uninteresting (and quite bad actors to boot!). The prettyboy pop star is almost better than them combined!

The real star of the film is the absolutely AMAZING gigantic bubble house they reside in. That knocked me out and makes this film worth watching again! The set design should have won awards!!!!

How come this film is so unknown? I gather that this film was not a hit at the time but to be so forgotten is strange... Does anyone know?


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