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Little Girls (1966)

| Crime, Drama
Four young teenage girls are betrayed by a supposed "friend" and sold to a perverted nightclub owner who ties them up, whips them and then forces them into prostitution.

Director:

Gilbert Wolmark

Writers:

Benjamin Andrews, Christian Sarramia (screenplay) (as Christian Saramia)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joël Barbouth Joël Barbouth ... Bismuth, the cousin
Hamera Belmecki Hamera Belmecki ... Marie-Ange (as Amra)
Willy Braque Willy Braque ... Projector man
Pascale-Corinne Deville Pascale-Corinne Deville ... The black-haired girl
José Díaz José Díaz ... Joëlle's stepfather
Jean-Marie Estève Jean-Marie Estève ... Nightclub bartender
Henri Hudrisier Henri Hudrisier ... Moviegoer
Alexis Klementieff Alexis Klementieff ... Moviegoer
Henry Lange Henry Lange ... Carnival barker
Jean Mazéas Jean Mazéas ... Marie-Ange's lover
Ernest Menzer Ernest Menzer ... Mr. Menzer
Hans Meyer ... Mike
François Migeat François Migeat ... Passage du Grand Cerf barker
Ghislaine Paulou Ghislaine Paulou ... Joëlle
Michel Perrault Michel Perrault ... Nightclub patron
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Four young teenage girls are betrayed by a supposed "friend" and sold to a perverted nightclub owner who ties them up, whips them and then forces them into prostitution.

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Crime | Drama

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This film has been totally edited (except a few sequences with Bob Cresse and his 'girls') from unreleased French 60's flick Little Girls (1967) See more »

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Edited from Little Girls (1967) See more »

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A great timepiece.
10 March 2009 | by drmark7See all my reviews

Found this available in DVD. I had no idea what to expect. The blackmail plot was pretty implausible. Whether by original casting or the passage of time, the "girls" looked far more like college age, than high school. So no real exploitation in that aspect. This had good, crisp, black and white photography and struck me as a missing link, somewhere between THE KNACK (And How To Get It) (1965-UK) and FASTER PUSSYCAT KILL KILL (1965). One woman's outfit reminded me of Tura Satana from PUSSYCAT. I wonder in which order they all were made? There's some pretty brisk nudity and sex, but all soft core. That said, it's a great timepiece, I'm glad I saw it and would give it three stars.


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Country:

France

Language:

French | English

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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