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Hot Pants Holiday (1972)

 -  Romance  -  February 1972 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Christopher St. John ...
MacIver
Tudi Wiggins ...
Jill
Greer St. John ...
Peony
Sabra Welles ...
Marion
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Robert L. Horen ...
Robert
Odette Myrtil ...
Odette (as Odette)
Bobbie Parker ...
Myrtle
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sex | independent film

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From frustration to taboo torrid love!

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Romance

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Odette not Odetta
6 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A previous comment writer (FORREST136 ForrestandEthel@AOL.com) says that Odetta the African-American folk singer is in this film, Hot Pants Holiday. Odetta has made a few acting appearances over her long, distinguished career, but this does not happen to be one of them. The actress featured in Hot Pants Holiday is actually the minor French actress Odette Myril. Myril's husband was a singer as one of The Two Bobs.

Hot Pants Holiday writer/director Edward Mann may also be held responsible for other films with incredible, multiple titles: The Mutations (1974) aka Dr. of Evil aka The Freakmaker aka The Mutation. Seizure (1974) aka Queen of Evil aka Tango macabre. Who Says I Can't Ride a Rainbow? (1971) aka Barney. Cauldron of Blood aka Children of Blood aka Death Comes from the Dark aka The Corpse Collectors aka The Shrinking Corpse. Hallucination Generation (1966). Island of Terror (1966) aka Night of the Silicates aka The Creepers aka The Night the Creatures Came aka The Night the Silicates Came.

Dave


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