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26 September 1973 (Sweden) See more »
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Debbie's boyfriend Bobby has left for Guatemala for three months and Debbie is expecting a boring summer. But then she hasn't considered her neighbors and their 15-year old son Johnny. | Add synopsis »
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Peggy Church ... Debbie
Alan Abelew ... Bobbie (as Alan Burton)
Andy Mitchell ... Mark
Paul Berry ... Johnny
Tracy Handfuss ... Grace (as Tracy Rodgers)
Gloria Harris ... Mother
Rim Randall ... The Waiter

Directed by
Mark Haggard 
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Mark Haggard (written by)

Produced by
Bob Chinn .... executive producer (as Robert C. Chinn)
Roland Miller .... producer
Original Music by
Don Dunn 
Cinematography by
Douglas Knapp (photographed by)
Film Editing by
Mark Haggard 
Sound Department
Paul Magwood .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Jack English .... gaffer
Joseph W. Sarno .... dedicatee (as Joe Sarno)

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Also Known As:
"Danish Flowers" - West Germany
"Hur det gick för jungfrun" - Sweden
"Hur gick det med jungfrun" - Finland (Swedish title) (imdb display title)
"Miten teinitytön kävi" - Finland (imdb display title)
"Sexvän sökes" - Sweden
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80 min | Australia:78 min | Germany:76 min | USA:80 min (DVD-R edition)

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Scenes filmed in the Carolands Mansion, a 19th century estate in Hillsborough, CA.See more »
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13 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Pretty good for 70's skin-flick, 27 June 2005
Author: cheech-13 from United Kingdom

The acting is not that bad for an early 70's skin-flick. No worse than some later HC stuff you might see. I thought Peggy Church (Debbie) carried it off pretty well considering she is so young and obviously not an experienced performer and she has to be in practically every scene. From a standpoint of 30 years on, the plot , such as there is one, seems risible. But it does lead to some very erotic scenes (check the synopsis). Seeing it recently I felt that the fact that it wasn't totally explicit made it even more erotic than I remembered it to be. The editing, lighting and in particular the photography are highly professional. The sound on the version I saw was not too good. As a showcase for the absolutely delicious Peggy Church you could not wish for better.

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