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That Kind of Girl (1963)

Not Rated | | Drama | June 1963 (USA)
London is in full '60s swing in THAT KIND OF GIRL, a shamelessly entertaining exploitation film that revels in sexual titillation while moralizing about the dangers of STDs.

Director:

Gerry O'Hara

Writer:

Jan Read (original screenplay) (as Jan Reed)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Margaret Rose Keil ... Eva Koenig
Linda Marlowe ... Janet Bates
David Weston ... Keith Murray
Peter Burton ... Elliot Collier
Frank Jarvis Frank Jarvis ... Max
Richard Bebb Richard Bebb
Graeme Bruce Graeme Bruce
Alexandra Dane Alexandra Dane
David Davenport David Davenport ... Mr. Millar
Max Faulkner ... Johnson
Ann Gow Ann Gow
Betty Hardy Betty Hardy
Peter Harrison Peter Harrison
Charles Houston ... Ted
Sylvia Kay ... Mrs. Millar
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London is in full '60s swing in THAT KIND OF GIRL, a shamelessly entertaining exploitation film that revels in sexual titillation while moralizing about the dangers of STDs.

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Margaret Rose Keil receives an "introducing" credit. See more »

Quotes

Keith Murray: Down the slope and past the hut. I'll come with you if you like.
Janet Bates: No. No thank you.
Keith Murray: Well, you'll see the notice, "Special Clinic".
Janet Bates: Thanks. It's a great help.
Keith Murray: Janet, please don't take it like this.
Janet Bates: I've never been to a doctor to tell him I'm an unmarried mother and that the man who got me pregnant has V.D.
Keith Murray: I know. But we're over the worst.
Janet Bates: Are we? You say it can't hurt the child but I've read about cases. Have you ever seen a mentally deficient child? Because I have.
Keith Murray: Janet the doctor told me it'll be ...
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Crazy Credits

Margot Travers "Appears by kind permission of Casino de Paris, London"). See more »

Connections

Featured in Guide to the Flipside of British Cinema (2010) See more »

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She deserves A Clap
28 October 2013 | by malcolmgswSee all my reviews

I rented the BFI DVD of this film.Looking at the extras first of all I wondered what a Crown information film about VD and the CND protests had in common.Well I soon found out.The young Austrian Au pair unfortunately puts herself about a bit and she and everyone else seems to end up with an infection.However with a little understanding and some sang froid everyone seems to cope.It really seems to be an odd combination.There is the doctor moralising about sex before marriage and there are scenes from a striptease club.Producers used to do two versions one,where nothing was shown,would be for the UK market and a continental version for the rest of Europe where everything was on view.So as soon as the stripper starts to turn around the film cuts back to customers in the club.Given that the film has no stars,and the distributors were a small outfit,i reckon that it is unlikely that it was shown in many cinemas outside Soho.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

June 1963 (USA) See more »

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Teenage Tramp See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
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