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The Minx (1969)

Unrated | | Drama | 20 September 1971 (Sweden)
A businessman hosts a hunting party at a remote lodge, and hires three prostitutes to take care of his clients. However, the girls have their own plans and secretly install cameras in the ... See full summary »

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Louise Baxter
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Henry Baxter
Shirley Parker ...
Terry
Michael Beirne ...
John Lawson
Robbie Heywood ...
Susan
Adrienne Jalbert ...
Nicole
Alan Dellay ...
Walter Harris
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Charles Brennan
Ned Cary ...
Benjamin Thayer (as Ned Carey)
William Gleason ...
Sam Burke
Russell Baker ...
Mr. Oppenheimer
Jim Cashman ...
Martin
Dick Purrington ...
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Chris Alexander ...
Masseur
Teal Traina ...
Himself
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A businessman hosts a hunting party at a remote lodge, and hires three prostitutes to take care of his clients. However, the girls have their own plans and secretly install cameras in the bedrooms to record the activities for future use. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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The Minx -- exactly what you think she is.

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Squeeze Play  »

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The film's original title was "Squeeze Play" which is also the title of the theme song played by The Cyrkle. After the completed product was deemed disappointing director Raymond Jacobs added extra sex scenes to secure an X rating and the film was retitled. See more »

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Murray The Why
Written by Tom Dawes and Don Dannemann
Performed by The Cyrkle
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should be retitled "The Snooze"
29 May 2002 | by (hoboken nj) – See all my reviews

boring, pointless film was marketed as "erotic" in it's day. In order for it to be erotic the actors have to be able to convey sexual excitement, and not one of them can. They can barely handle dialogue. The only reason to see this film is to see Dark Shadows cast member Robert Rodan bare his tush. Once that thrilling moment passes, the film is utterly worthless, so poorly made it's not even campy.


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