A rich society girl is recruited to go undercover and expose a drug/blackmail/prostitution ring in her small town.

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Duane Tucker ...
Rex Halsey
Herbert Kerr ...
Jimmy / Jimbo
Casey Donovan ...
Rodney (as Calvin Culver)
David Ross ...
J.D.
Michele Norris ...
Vicki Jennings
Cindy Barnett ...
Lise Mauer ...
Elizabeth Anderson / Liz (as Lise D. Mauer)
Linda Susoeff ...
Cathy Carson
William Grannel ...
Jason Varone (as William Grannell)
Clark Ames ...
Brad
Jud Philips
Jerry Allgor
Chuck Beard
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Ginger's Brother (as Tracey Walters)
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The police suspect that a drug and forced-prostitution ring is behind the recent spate of kidnappings and disappearances, but so far they've been unable to infiltrate the suspects gang. To break the case, they recruit Ginger, a young woman from an upper-class family to act as bait for the kidnappers and hopefully lead the police to their hideout. It may sound like a foolproof plan to the police, but Ginger's the one who has to risk it all. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Every man wanted her, no man could tame her! The best secret weapon ever to wear a dress! See more »

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Action | Crime | Drama

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March 1971 (USA)  »

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Little Girls Lost  »

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Film debut of Tracey Walter. See more »

Quotes

Ginger: Generally only guys look at me like that, but it's a free country.
Vicki: This country may be free, but this town belongs to Rex, and Rex belongs to me, and Rodney belongs to Liz, and that's the way it is.
Ginger: That's very good... free, me, Liz, is. Say, which one does the jungle bunny belong to?
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Featured in Twisted Sex Vol. 19 (1998) See more »

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Sexploitation at its best
3 April 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Oh, I know the acting is wobbly, the plot clanks like a medieval dungeon, and the cinematography is dodgy. But this is pure '70s sexploitation.

I loved it.

Yes it is sexist, unpc and everything modern Hollywood tries not to be. But that is its charm. It is about cute women toting unfeasable weapons and getting naked in an unbelievable B-movie plot. So what? That's what we want with this stuff.

If you want boring and complacent cinema, go watch a movie with Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon.....


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