The eldest daughter of a Professor of Psychology at a large conservative university causes havoc, and great embarrassment, for her father with her free-willed and uninhibited lifestyle.
It puts the ZAP in the generation gap!
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Did You Know?
The book "Fanny Hill" that Abbey reads was first published in two volumes in 1748-9. It was written by John Cleland (1709-1789). Originally titled "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure" it is considered to be the first English pornographic novel. See more
Abbey (Darleen Carr) sits on the stairs to watch the confrontation between her father and the three boys he plans to question about their relationship with her sister. Her mother orders her out to the pool, and just as she does so, the shadow of the boom microphone passes over the banister behind Abbey. See more
[on witnessing Dr. Kingsley questioning Linda about who took her virginity
Boy, this beats the bejaggers out of Fanny Hill!
Opening credits appear as signs on sticks mimicking the ones being held by student protesters in the background. See more
Referenced in Lionpower from MGM
The Impossible Years
Words and Music by The Tokens
Sung by The Cowsills
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