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The Divorcee (1969)

A young divorcée confesses her sexual adventures and fantasies during a psychodrama session at a party. Soon the party begins to resemble some of the "adventures" she was talking about.

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Stephen C. Apostolof (as A.C. Stephen)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Marsha Jordan Marsha Jordan ... Betty Brant
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bill Amerson Bill Amerson ... (as Bill Williams)
Stephen C. Apostolof Stephen C. Apostolof ... (as A.C. Stephens)
Mary Bauer Mary Bauer
Marc Desmond Marc Desmond ... (as Mark Delmonde)
Deborah Downey Deborah Downey ... Mary Anne
Abdull Khan Abdull Khan
James E. Myers James E. Myers
Lloyd Nelson ... Mr. Munson (as Lloyd Bilson)
Marlon Proctor Marlon Proctor ... Hank Brent
Liz Renay ... Sally Dayne
Edie Tyson Edie Tyson
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A young divorcée confesses her sexual adventures and fantasies during a psychodrama session at a party. Soon the party begins to resemble some of the "adventures" she was talking about.

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Do divorcees have more fun? See for yourself! See more »

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 December 1969 (Sweden) See more »

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Divorcees See more »

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A-A Productions See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Marsha, Marsha, Marsha !
29 November 2019 | by mountaingoat100See all my reviews

After catching her husband Hank in bed in another woman, Betty Brant gets a divorce. This sets her on a path on unconfined sex with a lot of guys (and one girl). Ultimately, she realizes how empty this makes he feel, but only after we have watched her go through some very enthusiastic sex sessions with every man she meets. This could have been a depressing procession of repetitive scenes if not for the vivacious, voluptuous Marsha Jordan. She was unknown to me, but she was a superstar in the world of softcore movies of the late 60's. Attractive, well-endowed, and with a number of extravagant blonde hair-dos, she makes Betty a memorable lead. Also, she doesn't believe in bras.


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