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The Naughty Stewardesses (1975)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  29 January 1975 (USA)
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Sexy air stewardesses - four naughty female flight attendants - become involved with a wealthy womanizer, with unsurprising results. They live out their wildest sexual softcore nude fantasies.


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Cast overview:
Robert Livingston ...
Connie Hoffman ...
Richard Smedley ...
Donna Young ...
Margie (as Donna Desmond)
Marilyn Joi ...
Barbara (as Tracy King)
Sydney Jordan ...
Al Richardson ...
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Diane (as Mikel James)
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Sexy air stewardesses - four naughty female flight attendants - become involved with a wealthy womanizer, with unsurprising results. They live out their wildest sexual softcore nude fantasies.

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29 January 1975 (USA)  »

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At one point, Al Adamson threatened to walk off the project but was persuaded to stay. See more »


On their flight to Las Vegas, they're in a 727 when they take off, and in a 707 when they land. See more »


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Ultimately a boring mess
7 October 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"Where do I go from here?" ponders protagonist Debbie (Connie Hoffman) in the final scene of the film, "everywhere or nowhere?" Ironically, this is precisely what The Naughty Stewardesses spends its hefty 107- minute running-time going, everywhere, and more accurately, nowhere. Amongst the thread-bare 'plot', the film shifts gears and genres faster than the film's leading ladies get out of their clothes, going from the familiar small-town-girl-hits-the-big-city story, to soft-core exploitation flick, to relationship drama, to kidnap thriller, and disappointingly, none of these themes work at all.

Debbie arrives in Los Angeles to become a stewardess. She is a wandering soul, we learn this as she explains her situation to a hitch-hiker, and if she doesn't like it, she will simply hit the road again. Her first night in her new stewardess dormitory sees her fellow stewardesses indulge in a bit of man-eating at a house party, as a naked man covered in cream is brought out as the cake. Repulsed, Debbie embarks on a 'journey' on self-discovery, getting close to 70-odd year old Brewster (Robert Livingston), a rich and horny old dog who takes an interest in the beautiful Debbie. She also meets photographer Cal (Richard Smedley), who, after a nice day of photographing Debbie, reveals himself to be the psychopathic, jealous type.

Director Al Adamson, whose back catalogue include titles such as Psycho A Go-Go (1965), Satan's Sadists (1969) and Horror of the Blood Monsters (1970), doesn't do much to dismiss his reputation as one of cinema's most inept, as he brings very little titillation (which is what these type of sexploitation films we're made for) to the proceedings (Adamson was shockingly murdered in 1995). What we do get in a sex scene involving a 70 year old (who Debbie describes as being in his 50's - who is she f*****g kidding?), wrinkly man boobs and all. The film isn't actually that awful. It's rather nicely filmed (given it's budget), and the script is far better than it should be, but at 107 minutes, it's a tough watch, and even the out-of-nowhere kidnapping and blackmail sub- plot fails to spice up what is ultimately a boring mess.

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