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Au Pair Girls

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Au Pair Girls

Au Pair Girls
Directed by Val Guest
Produced by Guido Coen and Kenneth Shipman
Written by David Adnopoz
David Grant (story)
Val Guest
Starring Astrid Frank
Johnny Briggs
Gabrielle Drake
Me Me Lai
Nancie Wait
Music by Roger Webb
Cinematography John Wilcox
Edited by John Colville
Distributed by Tigon British Film Productions (UK) Cannon Film Distributors (USA)
Release dates July 1972
Running time 86 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Au Pair Girls is a 1972 British comedy film directed by Val Guest.[1]

The film is part of the British 1970s soft core sex comedy film genre. It had cameo appearances by mainstream actors such as John Le Mesurier and Richard O'Sullivan.

A proposed sequel – Glamour Incorporated – also to have been directed by Guest for Tigon British Film Productions did not go into production.[2]


Four young women are hired on as au pairs in England. Despite the popular belief that the British are extremely proper and traditional the women soon discover this is not so as each is seduced by the Britons...


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  1. ^ "The Au Pair Girls (1973)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  2. ^ Hamilton, John (2005). Beasts in the Cellar: The Exploitation Film Career of Tony Tenser. FAB Press.  
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