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Little Girls Lost... (1983)

| Adult, Drama | 1983 (USA)
Three aspiring actresses share an apartment in Hollywood. Kathy sticks to her principles no matter what, naive Alicia is preyed upon, while Stephanie becomes determined to do whatever - or whoever - is necessary to break into the movies.


Ted Roter


Linda Lyons (screenplay), Ted Roter (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tigr Tigr ... Kathy
Veronica Hart ... Alicia
John Leslie ... Paul
Eric Edwards ... Aaron
Gena Lee Gena Lee ... Stephanie
John Hollyfield John Hollyfield ... Jeff
Oren Bornstein Oren Bornstein ... Office Manager
Ron Jeremy ... Photographer
Jennifer West Jennifer West ... Karen
Robert Bullock Robert Bullock ... Clawson (as Anthony Richardson)
William Margold ... Jack
Gloria Brown Gloria Brown ... Nora
Margaret Monroe Margaret Monroe ... Linda (as Monique Fabergé)
Hillary Scott Hillary Scott ... Bernice
Lilli Diamond Lilli Diamond ... Nanette Duval


This sexploitative plot-driven adult morality tale follows three aspiring actresses who live in Hollywood as roommates. The strong-minded and principled Kathy refuses to play the casting couch game, preferring to try and slowly make her career in theater first while supporting herself as a typist in the meanwhile. The innocent and naive Alicia tries to take the middle path and support herself by doing erotic photo-shoots. Unfortunately, her photographer spikes her drink and rapes her. Meanwhile, the amoral and over-ambitious Stephanie who despises Kathy's stoic attitude and has no qualms about having sex with anyone who promises to giver her a role, so she sets her sights on an influential but sleazy Hollywood producer giving herself to him in any way he wishes. All three girls quickly find boyfriends, as Kathy hooks up with her colleague Paul, who's also a struggling actor, Alicia falls for Aaron, the charming director of Kathy's play, and Stephanie continues to sexually please the ...

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Lost in a World of Perversion, They'd Do Anything to Get to the Top!


Adult | Drama


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Release Date:

1983 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Deep Inside Hollywood See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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1.37 : 1
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Veronica Hart made her last hardcore appearance in this movie. Two days after filming ended, she married her husband Michael and retired. See more »


Monique Fabergé is listed as playing "Linda" in the film's credits. Actually, an unknown actress plays Linda. "Monique Fabergé" is an alias for redheaded actress Margaret Monroe who, together with Shaun Michelle, participates in a threesome with Eric Edwards. See more »


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Little Girls Lost
Composed by Jeremiah R. Reilich (as J.R. Reilich) and Diane Roter
Performed by Jeremiah R. Reilich (as Jeremiah Reid)
copyright 1983 Ted Roter
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Roommates by any other name
22 December 2005 | by NodriesrespectSee all my reviews

Belgian-born director Ted Roter, resorting to his customary "Pierre Balakoff" persona (for the more detailed itinerary of this decidedly oddball filmmaker, please read my comment on his PAUL, LISA AND CAROLINE), ripped off Chuck Vincent's hugely popular cross-over hit ROOMMATES wholesale with this lazy latter-day effort. To the best of my knowledge, he only followed with the marginally more energetic SCANDALOUS SIMONE with Kim Carson essaying the title role. He even borrowed Vincent's award-winning actress Veronica Hart (a/k/a director/producer Jane Hamilton) for one of the leads. None too surprisingly, she turns in the top thespian performance as insecure struggling actress Alicia, although she's a tad mature for the part) in what was to be her last explicit endeavor before retiring to directorial duties and non-sex walk-ons.

As in the Vincent original, we follow three wannabe career women (in this case Hollywood hopefuls) sharing a flat to beat the high cost of living in the big bustling city. There's the hick chick from the sticks (Tigr a/k/a "Chelsea Manchester" who proved much better in Anthony Spinelli's NOTHING TO HIDE) and the unscrupulous lass who'll do all it takes to get to the top (Roter regular Gena Lee, at least a full decade too old for the part). The plot never rises above a tired rehash with dire dialog, inconsistent acting (Tigr, in particular, veers from excellent to execrable from scene to scene, presumably the by-product of distressingly weak direction) and - worst of all - lackluster sex scenes that seem thrown in almost as an afterthought. It's a porn film, Ted, so get your priorities straight already !

While hardly ever a major league contender, Roter still managed to score with several past efforts such as THE MASTER AND MS. JOHNSON, A LITTLE MORE THAN LOVE and RING OF DESIRE but this is something of an embarrassment despite solid production values and an eye-catching star-studded cast, further including the likes of John Leslie, Eric Edwards and Ron Jeremy, most of whom seem complacent to rehash the defining characteristics that made them household names in the first place.

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