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Au Pair Girls

UK 1972
produced by
Guido Coen, Kenneth Shipman (executive) for Tigon
directed by Val Guest
starring Astrid Frank, Gabrielle Drake, Me Me Lai, Nancie Wait, Johnny Briggs, Ferdy Mayne, Julian Barnes, Richard O'Sullivan, John Le Mesurier, John Standing, Lyn Yeldham, Steve Patterson, Joyce Heron, Daphne Anderson, Geoffrey Bayldon, Roger Avon, Rosalie Crutchley, Harold Bennett, Derek Gray, Charles Morgan, Marianne Stone, Trevor Bannister, Christine Donna, Norman Chappell
screenplay by Val Guest, David Adnopoz, based on a story by David Grant, music by Roger Webb

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The adventures of four aup pair girls and their first night in London:

- First off there's Nan Lee (Me Me Lai), who is hired as a friend for rich, 18-year old Rupert (Julian Barnes). Rupert has been groomed to become a concert pianist, but knows little about the real world outside. Nan Lee falls for his innocent charms, and before long, she has seduced him ... but sneaks out of the house (and of her job) before Rupert awakens the next morning.

- Christa (Nancie Wait) is a virgin from Germany, but Carol (Lyn Yeldham) won't have a virgin around, so she gives her to her musician boyfriend Ricky Strange (Steve Patterson) to deflower her. But while she develops romantic feelings for Ricky, he isn't the least interested in her and doesn't even mind when Buster (John Standing), a friend of his, tries to rape her right next to him. Needless to say, Christa immediately quits her job.

- Randi (Gabrielle Drake) is picked up from the au pair agency by Steven (Richard O'Sullivan), who is so klutzy that he first accidently tears her dress apart, then soaks her (and the dress) in water, so before long she ends up dressed only in a blanket, and she and Steven drive around town to find a new dress for her (her own luggage is safely locked away in the trunk and Steven has lost the key). Eventually, they end up in a carpark and make love, then fall asleep ... but when the next day, Stephen's father (John Le Mesurier) catches his son in his car with a naked girl, the girl is fired.

- Finally, Anita (Astrid Frank) has hit it big ... not so much because of the family she stays with - actually she's fired the first night - but because she has met a rich Sheikh (Ferdy Mayne), who wants her as his handmaiden (if you know what I mean).

And since the sheikh might need more of these handmaidens, Anita picks up the other girls from the au pair agency ...


The film is exactly what it sounds like: a silly and forgettable 1970's sex comedy. But if you are in the mood for silly and forgettable 1970's sex comedies (as I am quite frequently), you might actually enjoy this.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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