A middle-aged husband falls for his childrens' teenaged babysitter.
What games did mommy play when daddy was away?
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Did You Know?
While this film is not a full-on, chronological sequel to The Babysitter
(1969), it is clearly its spiritual successor. George E. Carey
wrote, produced, and starred in both films (albeit as similarly situated, but different characters) and Don Henderson
directed both pictures. The films also share the general plot-line of a married, older man engaging in a May-December fling with his child's babysitter. The titular babysitter is named Candy Wilson in both pictures although she is portrayed by different actresses (Susan Romen
in this film and Patricia Wymer
in The Babysitter). See more
Toward the end of the film, Rich steers the boat at full speed toward the pier. When Jim sees the boat from his airplane it is stationary and no wake can be detected behind the boat. If the boat was traveling at even a moderate speed, its wake could be detected from the air. See more
[criticizing the script
Nobody talks that way!
Well, I didn't write it.
I'm sorry, forget it.
I'm just supposed to direct the picture. It starts in two weeks.
[filled with irony
Lots of luck!
What are we supposed to do, hire a teenager to write our shooting scripts?
Featured in Twisted Sex: Volume 22