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Quebec sex farce about a straitlaced young man who spends time in a commune, while a hippie takes his place as a French tutor for a rich family's daughter.

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André Lawrence ...
Lucien Lapalme
Mignon Elkins ...
Mrs. Margaret Harrison
Michèle Mercure ...
Lovely (as Michel Mercure)
Gordon Fisher ...
Reggie Parker
Susan Petrie ...
Belinda Harrison (as Sue Helen Petrie)
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Diane
Julie Wildman ...
Joan Harrison
Burt Adkins
Steve Michaels
Richard Comar
Henry Gamer
Jimmy Tapp
Walter Massey
Tony Westman
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Louise Blondin ...
Girl #1 (uncredited)

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John Sone ... (as J. Johnson)

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Martin Bronstein ... ()

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John Dunning ... producer
André Link ... producer
Arthur Veronka ... executive producer

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Paul Baillargeon
Dean Morgan

Cinematography by

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Roger Moride

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Jean LaFleur

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Jerome Couelle

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Marcel Carpenter ... makeup artist

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Peter Svatek ... first assistant director

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Bob Presner ... location manager

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Taglines Where everyone gets what's coming to them See more »
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Also Known As
  • Y'a plus de trou à Percé (Canada, French title)
  • Getting Off (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Getting High (United States)
  • The Hippie Girls (United Kingdom)
  • The Importance of Being Sexy (United Kingdom)
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  • 96 min
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Trivia In 1971, St Albans was delighted when this movie was filmed in their town. Locals were cast as extras and many of the town's higher-ups such as the mayor and police chief were invited to the premier in Montreal. You can imagine their surprise when the movie started and they learned that the movie had received an X Rating. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 7 (2002). See more »

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