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The Stewardesses (1969)

X | | Comedy, Drama | 25 July 1969 (USA)
A single eventful night in the lives of a crew of Los Angeles-based, trans-Pacific stewardesses, as they experiment with drugs and engage in various sexual encounters.

Director:

Allan Silliphant (as Alf Silliman Jr.)

Writer:

Allan Silliphant (as Alf Silliman Jr.)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christina Hart ... Stewardess Samantha
Ronald South Ronald South ... Colin Winthrop (as Michael Garett)
William Condos William Condos ... Captain Brad Masters (as William Basil)
Anita de Moulin Anita de Moulin ... Jo Peters (as Angelique de Moline)
Paula Erikson Paula Erikson ... Tina
Kathy Ferrick Kathy Ferrick ... Cathy
Beth Shields Beth Shields ... Cindy
Janet Wass Janet Wass ... Wendy (as Janet Waas)
Nancy Ison Nancy Ison
Patricia Fein Patricia Fein ... Karen (as Pat Fein)
Jennifer Sommers Jennifer Sommers
Donna Stanley Donna Stanley ... Horney Annie
Carolyn Porter Carolyn Porter
Faith Down Faith Down
Lynn Morgan Lynn Morgan
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A single eventful night in the lives of a crew of Los Angeles-based, trans-Pacific stewardesses, as they experiment with drugs and engage in various sexual encounters.

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Now At Last On The Wide-Screen--The Most Talked About Girls In America--The One, The Only... See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

During its 1970 run as an X-rated feature-length film (really, a series of unrelated 3D shorts strung together with marginal connecting footage), posters and advertising claimed it was based on a best-selling book, which did not exist. See more »

Goofs

39 minutes in. While the pilot fixes a drink there is a shadow on the curtains above his head on which a shadow of a bird can be seen landing on it. The bird squawks a couple of times, the pilot looks up at the bird. We are never shown the bird, we can only see it's shadow. See more »

Alternate Versions

Originally presented in 3-D. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Birth of the Living Dead (2013) See more »

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The Stewardesses has some pleasures, but only some
25 January 2019 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Well, after a few years of reading about this 3-D soft-core porn film, I finally watched this on two places online. The first place I saw this abruptly ended after an hour and 3 min.-right in the middle of a lesbian love scene. So I managed to watch the rest on a porn site. Pluses-that lesbian scene as well as a lovemaking scene between a uniformed army man and a woman with delicious close-ups of her face reacting. Minuses-one scene of a woman doing it with a face bust on a lamp stand, complete with silhouette of her pleasuring herself and the ending "love" scene with the woman not enjoying it and resulting in a tragic ending. So that's my review of The Stewardesses. Oh, and the version I watched was not in 3-D which is just as well because, other than some scenes at a haunted house in an amusement park not to mention on a roller coaster, it wouldn't be thrilling to watch in that format...


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 July 1969 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Stewardesses: Special Edition See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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