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May 1974 (USA) See more »
Her husbands get everything that's coming to them ... She just gives it to them a little early!
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Poor oversexed widow looking for another rich husband See more (1 total) »


  (in credits order)
Kim Pope ... Mrs Barrington
Ida Klein ... Eloise

David Hausman ... Roberto
Marlow Ferguson ... Ralph or James
David Kirk ... Horace Hanover
Jack Silva ... Darek Davis
Jennifer Welles ... Susan
Jeffrey Hurst ... Cat Burgler
Mary Mendum ... Esther Harrison (as Rebecca Brooke)
Gus Thomas ... Jack
Chris Jordan ... Any
Eric Edwards ... Robert
Steve Tucker ... Stanley
Joseph Corral ... Funeral Director
Paul Giaccobbe ... Preacher

Directed by
Chuck Vincent 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Vidos 
Chuck Vincent 

Produced by
Allan Shackleton .... executive producer
Original Music by
Richard Billay 
Cinematography by
Stephen Colwell 
Film Editing by
Chuck Vincent  (as Marc Ubell)
Production Management
Norman Berns .... production manager (as Norman C. Berns)
Sound Department
Bill Meredith .... sound (as William W. Meredith)
Aaron Nathanson .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Douglas Milt .... gaffer
Phil Voza .... assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Eddie Heath .... costumer
Robert Pusilo .... costumer
Editorial Department
John Christopher .... assistant editor (as Chris Covino)
Other crew
B. Alexandra Fedack .... script supervisor
Paul Giaccobbe .... unit manager
Allan Shackleton .... presenter


Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Sexy Mrs. Barrington" - USA (alternative title)
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USA:86 min
Sound Mix:
USA:X (self applied)

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Remade as Sexpot (1990)See more »


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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Poor oversexed widow looking for another rich husband, 16 May 2012
Author: olp-15-614389 from United States

Mrs. Barrington (the character) can't seem to keep her rich husbands alive. They always die off, with her help, leaving her with loads of money. After all, a girl's got to make a living. The movie starts out at the funeral of her latest ex-husband, and takes us through her search for the next rich husband/poor victim whom she needs to support her expensive life style. Along the way she takes several detours, a series of softcore sex romps, which show that while she is choosy about the men she marries, any man will do when it comes to play time. She won't say No to a woman, either. There is also one amusing strikeout at a swingers party.

Mrs. Barrington (the film) features notable mid-70s New York sex actors Rebecca Brooke, Eric Edwards, David Hausman, Chris Jordan, Jennifer Welles, and of course Kim Pope in the title role. They all get naked, too. I mean, are you kidding? Most of these actors would appear in other Chuck Vincent films, and spill over into Joseph Sarno's work, as well. The film is more or less a comedy with naked women thrown in, and not too badly done. It's not easy to find these days, and I wouldn't suggest that you go looking for it, but if you do come across it, give it a chance. It's a good look at how they made 'em in the old days.

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