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Weekend with the Babysitter (1970)

R | | Drama | 28 August 1970 (USA)
A middle-aged husband falls for his childrens' teenaged babysitter.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
George E. Carey ...
Jim Carlton
Susan Romen ...
James Almanzar ...
Rich Harris
Luanne Roberts ...
Mona Carlton
Tony Mumolo ...
Sancho (as Anthony Victor)
Bob Bernard ...
A.K.
Guy Edwards ...
Leon
...
Snitch
Annik Borel ...
Doris
Gloria Hill ...
Mary Mary
James E. McLarty ...
Smitty
Patrick Whyte ...
Salesman
Pat Welch ...
Waitress
Ellen Bailey ...
Operator
Susan L. Stoner ...
Secretary
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A middle-aged husband falls for his childrens' teenaged babysitter.

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She came to sit with baby...And went away with daddy! See more »

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Weekend Babysitter  »

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This is the film debut of Susan Romen and is her only starring role. She acted in one more film later the same year, in a very minor part, but dropped out of the film industry after that. Very little is known about her life off screen, and many film experts have suggested that she acted in her films using the stage name Susan Romen. See more »

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When A.K. discovers Rich's drugs near the end of the film, he opens his mouth and speaks several lines. No words can be heard while he does this. Once another character asks him a question, he is heard normally once more. See more »

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Rich Harris: Shut up you junkies! I don't listen to junkies!
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Follows The Babysitter (1969) See more »

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positively boring at times
18 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

How typical! Having turned out the delightful, The Babysitter (1969) the director and writer/star get together to do it all again. But hey, did the pair not get what made the first so much fun? I don't think so for this one takes itself so seriously it is positively boring at times. George E Carey is still effective in the main role and at the start there is some vaguely amusing stuff playing on the fact that Hollywood found it so difficult to get the whole hippie sub culture onto film effectively. But it soon drags with the wife a junkie surrounded by wooden actors and overlong sequences of cannabis smoking and bike racing. Candy is here played by Susan Romen and is fine but so coy, indeed the whole film is much less candies than the earlier one. Another sign, maybe, that this was to be a 'serious' film.


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