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Rated R · 85 min.

Drama

Forbes is a troubled young woman who grows up to be a prostitute in this sexually-charged drama that uses flashbacks to show the reasons why. It all had to do with her upbringing. Her overbearing mother never overcame her bitterness at having been abandoned by her husband, who had a thing for prostitutes. The story jumps to the present where Forbes is seen playing baby to her johns, whom she calls daddy. She encourages them because it makes her feel closer to her real pa. One day, a lesbian colleague attempts to seduce her. Forbes rejects her, and the jilted girl gets revenge by setting her up with her own father. Grecian-style tragedy ensues.~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

Director: Stanley H. Brassloff
Writer: Stanley H. Brassloff and Macs McAree
Cast: Marcia Forbes, Fran Warren, Peter Lightstone, Harlan Cary Poe and Evelyn Kingsley

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