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Love, Swedish Style ()


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Based on news article about a noted Detroit car designer who hired a beautiful girl from Sweden as his maid. Her beauty quickly becomes so legendary that she ends up having countless rich... See more »

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Karen Ciral ...
Inga Johanson
Ted Roter ...
Dr. Larry Becker (as Peter Balakoff)
Woody Lee ...
Sterling Phillips
Arne Warde ...
Eddie
Jane Tsentas ...
(as Jane Tsentis)
Mark Roland
Rachel English
Phil Hoover
Duke Douglas
Ginger Madden
Ray Dirdoorian
John Merenda
Jeannie Anderson
John Andrews
Mike Garrison
Hildegarde Wendt ...
(as Hilda Wendt)
Alex Elliot ...
(as Alex Eliot)
Eric Lidberg ...
(as Eric Lindberg)
Ralph Newton

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Maurice Smith

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James Bacon ... (based on articles by) (uncredited)
 
John C. Harris ... (story)
 
Marvin Rothman ... (story)
 
Maurice Smith ... (written by)

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John C. Harris ... executive producer
Maurice Smith ... producer

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Jim Christopher

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Louis Horvath

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R.A. Proca

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Ray Markham

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John Oliver ... sound

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Taglines She's from Sweden See more »
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  • Love, Swedish Style (United States)
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  • 83 min
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Trivia Based on a series of supposedly fact-based columns written circa 1970 by the American author and journalist James Bacon for Los Angeles Herald Examiner. The subject was the kerfuffle caused by a beautiful anonymous girl from Sweden hired by a noted Detroit car designer to be his maid. The news of her beauty spread quickly and even famous Hollywood stars became obsessed with meeting this latest "It Girl." This forced the designer to hire another maid and install a special phone line just so the Swede girl can talk to her numerous rich and famous admirers. Bacon himself was very amused by the fact that his columns inspired a movie, so he ended up officially reviewing it for the October 8th issue of the Examiner. In his mostly positive review that predominantly focused on the differences in attitudes towards sex in Sweden and the US, Bacon stated that both the director and the producer of the film told him that they were indeed big fans of his columns. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Twisted Sex Vol. 17 (1998). See more »

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