The Autobiography of a Flea ()


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In 1810, a flea narrates the story of its host, an innocent 14 year old girl abused and corrupted by an evil lusty priest in league with her vile old uncle and several other wicked men.

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Jean Jennings ...
Belle
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Father Clement (as John C. Holmes)
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Father Ambrose
Dale Meador ...
M. Verbouc
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Mme. Verbouc
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M. Delmont
Joanna Hilden ...
Julia Delmont
Mitch Mandell ...
Charlie
John Rolling ...
Farmer
Michael Dolan ...
Farmer's Son
Ken Scudder ...
Father Superior
John Tate ...
Aged Priest
Maxine McNight ...
Maid
Kristen Huston ...
Lover
Max Mitchell ...
Lover
Jeffery Armstrong ...
Parishioner
Billy Boyer ...
Parishioner
Nancy Ford ...
Parishioner
Gerd Mairandres ...
Parishioner
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Parishioner
Kinta ...
Belle's Dog
Warren Pierce ...
The Flea (voice)

Directed by

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Sharon McNight

Written by

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Sharon McNight ... (adapted by)
 
Anonymous ... (novel "The Autobiography of a Flea, Told in a Hop, Skip and Jump, and ...") (uncredited)

Produced by

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Artie Mitchell ... producer
Jim Mitchell ... producer (as James Mitchell)

Music by

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Steven Schuster

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Jon Fontana ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jon Fontana

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Agamemnon Andrianos ... assistant editor

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Gerd Mairandres

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Karen Bradley ... hair stylist
Tory Jeffery ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Bob Cecchini ... production supervisor

Art Department

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Ed Diener ... stage carpenter
John Rolling ... stage carpenter
Dale Woodall ... construction coordinator

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Jay L. Benton ... sound
Mark Ellinger ... assistant sound editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dana Fuller ... camera operator / gaffer
Rita Mandelman ... still photographer
E.E. Mitchell ... best boy

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jerry Abraham ... wardrobe

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Charlie Benton ... stage crew
Mike Davidson ... stage crew
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Plot Summary

Rough and dark sexploitation tragic comedy set in the 1800's which follows a jovial male flea that narrates the life of Belle, an innocent and naive 14-year-old girl (played by a nubile adult woman) who lives with her evil uncle and oblivious aunt, and whose pubic hair is the flea's home. Wicked Father Ambrose catches Belle and her inexperienced boyfriend trying to clumsily have sex for the first time one day and uses this to blackmail and manipulate Belle into becoming his sex slave. His two equally wicked priest friends force him to share her with them. However, Ambrose doesn't stop there as his mission becomes to completely corrupt Belle and turn her into a willing sex toy for any man who craves her flesh. This includes her sinister uncle, the weirdly queer father and son duo of crazy and violent rapist peasants, Belle's best friend Julie's father Mr. Delmont, and Ambrose's two aforementioned priest friends who begin stalking Belle at night and abusing her aunt as well. As it turns out, the more sex Belle is forced to have, the more she likes it (or at least doesn't mind it as much), which makes her abusers very happy. Meanwhile, Julie also becomes corrupted by both Ambrose and Belle herself, which results in an unfortunate incestuous tryst. Belle and Julie eventually become completely debauched (and possibly dead inside), accepting completely their roles as pure sex objects, and the ending only promises more abuse in their future, although they seemingly enjoy it now. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines A Victorian tale of love and lust as told by the smallest voyeur of them all. See more »
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  • Autobiography of a Flea (United States)
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  • 92 min
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Trivia First Adult Film appearance of Paul Thomas. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Joe Spinell Story (2001). See more »
Quotes The Flea: I will spare you the dialog that followed. It related only to female dogs with whom I share a close affinity.
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