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Four Dimensions of Greta (1972)

 -  Comedy  -  May 1973 (USA)
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Hans Wiemer
Karen Boyes ...
Sue
Alan Curtis ...
Carl Roberts
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Roger Maitland
Leena Skoog ...
Greta Gruber
Kenneth Hendel ...
Percy
John Clive ...
Phil the Greek
Nick Zaran ...
Johnny Maltese
Martin Wyldeck ...
Herr Schickler
Godfrey Kenton ...
Herr Gruber
Pearl Hackney ...
Mrs. Gruber
Elizabeth Bradley ...
Mrs. Schickler
Erika Raffael ...
Karin
Felicity Devonshire ...
Serena
Jane Cardew ...
Kirsten
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Swing with Greta in 3D

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Comedy

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Britain's very first 3D feature film. See more »

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In the opening flashback scene the monocle worn by Hans' boss disappears and reappears between shots. See more »

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Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 1 (1996) See more »

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Greta
By Hal Shaper and Harry South
Sung by Huckleberry Fynn
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Sordid Hippy Sex in Groovy 60s London!
28 March 2000 | by (New England) – See all my reviews

A reporter tracks down a missing German slut in London. From the title and poster art, one might expect a cheap and dirty dubbed German sex film here, so its quite a surprise to find a sordid, arty and witty little British melodrama, full of cheap and dirty sex to be sure, but more akin to classic 60s Brit-Pop like "The Touchables" and "Performance," with a touch of "Smashing Time" thrown in. This exciting film does a great take on sleazy 60s London, as we visit basement strip joints, psychedelic dance clubs and spooky mob-run gambling dens, all with a gritty real-world feel to them. There is enough weird sex to keep the most jaded viewer occupied, including lesbianism, marital betrayal, a great hippy orgy and a gang rape. Even cooler, however, are scenes told in flashback that are in actual 3-D. These scenes are quite bizarre without glasses, and with them, surely even wilder. One great shot has Greta shoving her great big boobs into the screen. There's also a great/awful theme song, sung by "Huckleberry Fynn," and enough plot loopholes to keep you going "Huh?" all night. Surely a lost goody.


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