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Girls Are for Loving (1973)

R | | Crime, Drama | 25 May 1973 (USA)
Two women who like control face each other in a battle over jealousy and weaknesses. The US is about to sign a trade treaty with an Asian country; in exchange for friendly relations, the US... See full summary »

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Timothy Brown ...
Clay Bowers
Sheila Leighton ...
Ronnie St. Clair (as Jocelyn Peters)
Scott Ellsworth ...
James L. Whitney III
Fred Vincent ...
William Henderson, Jr.
Robert C. Jefferson ...
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Rod Loomis ...
Mark Broderick
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Anthony C. Cannon ...
Neil Barrington
William Grannel ...
Jason Varone (as William Grannell)
Yuki Shimoda ...
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Two women who like control face each other in a battle over jealousy and weaknesses. The US is about to sign a trade treaty with an Asian country; in exchange for friendly relations, the US will loan the Asians money to purchase US goods under contract. Evil siren Ronnie St. Clair tries various ways to find out which US companies will get these contracts, so that she can do some inside trading to make money on the stock market. The CIA hires gun-carrying, man-eating chanteuse and stripper, Ginger MacAllister, to put a stop to Miss St. Clair's plan. Ginger and her CIA contact, Clay Boyer, an African-American, are attracted to each other. Will they live to ignite this spark? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Ronnie St. Clair: I want that dame spread - not dead.
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Written and Performed by 'A. Jeppesen and His Band of Renown'
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at LEAST try to stay true to the character
28 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Third and last in the Ginger trilogy. I watched the first two, so I have to finish the trilogy, that's the way I am for better or worse, in this case the latter. In this one Ginger is cold in to put a stop to ... insider trading?? Yup more or less that's what it is. She also acts WAY out of character by falling in love with a black man. Now there's nothing wrong with that, but when you set her up as absolutely hating blacks in the first one, you stick to the character no matter how despicable. Despite that this has all the ingredients of a Ginger film. S&M, stupid dialog, silly 'action'. It's as bad as the other two.

Eye Candy: Cherri Caffaro, Jocelyne Peters and an unknown girl all get fully nude

My Grade: D


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