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July 1973 (USA) See more »
"I do" ... is just the begining... See more »
The dreary life of married women, who, bored by their spouse, fall into exciting sex adventures with other men. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Astrid Frank ... Irma Fricke
Eva Garden ... Dunja
Karin Götz ... Silvia Klose
Elfi Helfrich ... Gertraud Klose
Romana Lizalova ... Gisela
Rosl Mayr ... Alwine Meyer

Marlene Rahn ... Annette Westberg
Thomas Fischer ... Norbert
Helmut Früchtenicht ... Fricke
Max Grießer ... Florian
Hellmuth Haupt ... Zülsdorf, der Masseur
Günther Kieslich ... Dr. Daniel
Karel Otto ... Franz Dobermann (as Karl-Heinz Otto)
Michael Schreiner ... Adi
Helen Vita ... Frau Tönnisen
Tonio von der Meden ... Reporter
Knut Nielsen ... Diplompsychologe
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ina Bauer ... Ruthi
Jürgen Emanuel ... Jochen Albert
Michaela Martin ... Karin Dobermann und Katinka
Hans Bergmann ... Postbeamter (uncredited)
Oliver Domnik ... Gustav (uncredited)
Josef Fröhlich ... Otto von Paleske (uncredited)
János Gönczöl ... Kurt (uncredited)
Brigitte Knuth ... Scheidungspaar (uncredited)

Carl Möhner ... Hübner (uncredited)
Monika Rohde ... Nackte Blonde bei Kaffeekränzchen und Prostituierte Mary (uncredited)
Rose Renée Roth ... Hausiererin (uncredited)
Gabriele Scharon ... Kaffeekränzchen (uncredited)
Marianne Sock ... Biggi Albert (uncredited)
Véronique Vendell ... Elke (uncredited)

Directed by
Ernst Hofbauer 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Manfred Purzer  (as Hans Hasenow)

Produced by
Wolf C. Hartwig .... producer
Original Music by
Gert Wilden 
Cinematography by
Giorgio Tonti 
Film Editing by
Herbert Taschner 
Production Design by
Peter Rothe 
Makeup Department
Ursula Borsche .... makeup artist
Editorial Department
Gisela Meissner .... assistant editor

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Also Known As:
"Swinging Wives" - UK, USA (dubbed version)
"Maßlose Teenager" - West Germany
"The New Hot Report: What Men Don't Think Is Possible" - (literal English title)
"Was Männer nicht für möglich halten" - West Germany (short title)
"Новый горячий репортаж: То, что мужья считают невозможным" - Soviet Union (Russian title)
"Als mannen dat allemaal zouden weten" - Netherlands (imdb display title)
"Ninfomania casalinga" - Italy (imdb display title)
"Pantremenes se syzygikes apisties" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
"Que font ces dames... quand leurs maris bossent" - France
"Raportti petetyistä aviomiehistä" - Finland
"Unge fruer på sexeventyr" - Denmark (imdb display title)
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97 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Sound Mix:
Australia:R | Canada:18 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:R (Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Finland:K-16 | Germany:BPjM Restricted | Netherlands:18 (orginal rating) | USA:R | USA:X (self applied) | West Germany:18 (nf)

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The main poster with which the film was promoted shows Elke Boltenhagen trying to seduce her postman. She does not appear in the film itself though.See more »


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Swinging Wives, 12 April 2011
Author: lazarillo from Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile

This is either an "official" or unofficial entry into the German "Hausenfrau-Report" films, a close relative of the somewhat more famous "Schulmadchen-Report" films, except that these are about "hausenfrau" (housewives) rather than "schulmadchen". This one is actually pretty famous in the English-speaking world under the title "Swinging Wives", based on its famous poster.

This is a genuine "report" style film that contains a number of different vignettes interspersed with man-(and woman)-on-the-street interviews. Of course, it's all totally fabricated and completely ridiculous. Pretty much the same bunch of German actresses (Eva Garden, Astrid Frank, etc.)that were too mature-looking to be very convincing as "schulmadchen" are also simple too attractive to be very convincing as frumpy housewives neglected by their husbands. The good thing about these though is that if one story is lame another will be along shortly. Unfortunately, ALL the stories are pretty lame here, and they're all light (but not particularly funny)comedy without the sudden shifts into lurid melodrama that some of these movies have. The most--or really the only--memorable ones involve the girl on the poster stepping out on her husband to attend a swinging party, nearly getting raped, and then encountering. . .her husband. Then a middle-aged woman is interested in a bachelor, but her "teenage" daughter gets to him first (a frequent problem German sex comedies). Then the postman discovers what housewives are REALLY up to while their husbands are away (it apparently involves strip poker and it seems they all must have lost. . .)

While one DVD company has been systematically releasing the "Schulmadchen-reports" at a steady rate, these "Hausenfrau-reports" have been released by different random companies under all kinds of different titles. They are not the kind movies that I would ever recommend to the average person, but if you've found your way to this site in the first place, you probably won't be totally un-entertained by them. . .

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