Arlette is a malicious schoolgirl who uses her feminine charms to attract, and then destroy, every man gullible enough to respond to her flirtations. She sets her cap for the art professor ...
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Arlette is a malicious schoolgirl who uses her feminine charms to attract, and then destroy, every man gullible enough to respond to her flirtations. She sets her cap for the art professor and very nearly does him in... but his loving wife and daughter help the deluded man escape the seductive mantrap.Written by
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The partially obscured poem on the blackboard behind Arnold and Arlette is the third verse of P.B. Shelley's "Good-Night" poem. The complete verse is "To hearts which near each other move; From evening close to morning light, The night is good; because, my love, They never say good-night". See more »
When Arlette reads the second verse of P.B. Shelley's "Love's Philosophy" she says "What's all this kissing worth, if thou kiss not me". The correct line is "What is all this sweet work worth, if thou kiss not me". See more »
I can't make her out, Pat. She's beastly to Daddy and then she asks me to her party. And if I refuse to go, it might make things more awkward for Daddy.
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The first thing to be said is that nearly all the schoolgirls are played by actresses who are well over 18 years old.Mai Zetterling was 24 years old.It is difficult to know if this was looked on as a romantic comedy.Noways it wouldn't get made because the Hugh Williams character would loose his career and end up in prison for a couple of years.
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