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The Fruit Is Ripe (1961)

Les filles sèment le vent (original title)
It is fruit-picking season in the plain and pickers come from all over and live in a camp for several weeks. Among the many pretty girls are Kissa, a natural vamp who delights in exciting ... See full summary »

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Scilla Gabel ...
Kissa
Françoise Saint-Laurent ...
Josine
Eva Damien ...
Margo
Philippe Leroy ...
Armand
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Buonacasa
Michel Lemoine ...
Berto
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paulette Arnoux
Paul Bisciglia
Roger Crouzet
Françoise Danell
Jacques Fabbri
Gisèle Gallois
Elsa Kine
Philippe Mory
Vittoria Prada
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It is fruit-picking season in the plain and pickers come from all over and live in a camp for several weeks. Among the many pretty girls are Kissa, a natural vamp who delights in exciting men; Margo who is hard and tough, and Josine who is tender and romantic. They work in a feverish atmosphere and inflamed by the summer heat, youthful passions run riot, and the girls' sensual behavior cause rivalry among the men. Lorry driver Armand applies the same degree of ardor to his love-making as to his work, and his biggest rival is the boss' son, Berto, a strutting rooster who is very proud of his American car. After work each day, Kissa queens it in the cabaret on shore, and derives great pleasure in arousing jealousy between the men. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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...and the time was ripe for love!

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21 June 1961 (France)  »

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