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Little Girls Blue (1978)

Two young girls at the Townsend School for Girls, a private high school, plot to escape for the evening with their dates, shunning their younger friend Buffy because she's still too young ... See full summary »

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(as Joanna Williams)

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(screenplay) (as William Dancer), (screenplay) (as Joanna Williams)
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Cast

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Casey Winters ... Debbie
Samantha Morgan ... Kathy (as Tamara Morgan)
Elaine Wells ... Buffy
Lori Blue ... Marium (as Lola Dunmore)
Ken Scudder ... Coach Fowler (as Ken Cotten)
... Mr. Barrett
Blair Harris ... George
Jon Martin ... Bill (as Terry Blass)
Carl Regal ... Jack
Turk Lyon ... Fantasy #1 Man (as Turk Lynn)
John Seeman ... Fantasy #2 Man
George Adler ... Fantasy #3 Man (credit only)
Nancy Hoffman ... The Students (as Nancy Haufman)
Kristine Heller ... The Students (as Kristen Heller) (credit only)
Debbie Sloan ... Student
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Two young girls at the Townsend School for Girls, a private high school, plot to escape for the evening with their dates, shunning their younger friend Buffy because she's still too young and "still a virgin." Indignant, the young-looking (15 or so) Buffy decides to prove herself by seducing her history teacher in exchange for an A+. Meanwhile, Coach Fowler fantasizes about his student Miriam, the two of them making love in all-white environs. The two older girls escape with their dates and have a fine time in the woods, though one gets a surprise at an old cabin when her date has brought along a friend. The next day, they plot to seduce Coach Fowler in the guise of Miriam in a darkened room, and the girl who took advantage of him leaves the poor man dazed and confused... Written by Tay Owens

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Adult | Drama

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X | See all certifications »

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30 April 1979 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Little Girls Blue - Volume 1  »

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Trivia

Filmed at the same house used as the mortuary location in Phantasm (1979). See more »

Goofs

There are some goofs in the cast credits. Casey Winters plays "Misty," not "Debbie" (there is no one named Debbie in the film). Ken Scudder plays "Jack," not "Coach Fowler." And, Carl Regal plays "Coach Fowler," not "Jack." See more »

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Followed by Little Girls Blue Part 2 (1983) See more »

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Why Do Fools Fall in Love?
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Written by Morris Levy and Frankie Lymon
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An almost forgotten erotic classic
31 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

This movie (in my book) is up there with other adult classics of the 70's such as Debbie Does Dallas, Devil In Miss Jones, Behind The Green Door, Deep Throat, and The Opening of Misty Beethoven, but sadly it has become almost forgotten.

Firstly let's remember that this was made before the home video era when the only outlet for movie releases was the cinema, so like those other titles I have mentioned this looks like a feature film and does attempt to tell a story, albeit being set in a girls' boarding school and telling a vague story of sexual awakening, it is a very well trodden theme.

The schoolgirls are all very cute, natural looking, and fresh faced, but you do get the impression they are not quite as innocent as they would have you believe. Yes we have lots of schoolgirl-teacher crushes but somehow these girls (and the odd teacher) manage to live out their fantasies, some within the narrative of the movie, but some in dream-like sequences, though at times it is hard to distinguish which is which. Not that it really matters because the dream sequences are some of the most beautifully shot erotic scenes from that era.

What really stood out for me was the attention to detail in the arty sequences - the special effects are very impressive considering the technology available at the time of production, and the notoriously small budgets for these type of movies. The music is atypical for 70's porn, mostly a familiar tune which used somewhat unobtrusively in several scenes, it is all the better for that, adding a very nice atmosphere.

If you're a fan of classic 70's erotica and have not seen this then I'd definitely recommend you check it out (the full length version is available in a double DVD set with Little Girls Blue 2).


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