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Mir hat es immer Spaß gemacht (1970)

R | | Comedy | 1972 (USA)
West German comedy film directed by Will Tremper and starring Barbi Benton.

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Lynn Keefe (as Barbara Benton)
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Gino
Roman Murray ...
Frank
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B.J Hankins
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The Admiral
Clyde Ventura ...
Nick
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Juan José Ignatio Rodriguez de Calderon / 'Sam'
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Bob Greene
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Christian Anders
Umberto D'Orsi
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Mr. Epstein
Marc De Vries ...
Ronnie
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Mrs. Epstein
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Lisa Lesco
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West German comedy film directed by Will Tremper and starring Barbi Benton.

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She started playing on the field and ended up playing in the bedroom See more »

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How Did a Nice Girl Like You Get Into This Business?  »

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What a waste!
13 August 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I actually bought this one without seeing it first (The laughs on me!) because it stars Barbi Benton in a supposedly "Naughty Cheerleader" flick and one of my favorite actors (Klaus Kinski) is in it. What a complete waste of time. Unfunny and NO nudity! None! The title is a rip off. If your going to make a "Naughty Cheerleader" movie the star of the film had better understand that nudity is required! Where was Jenny Agutter, Ewa Aulin, or Erica Gavin when you need them?


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