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All-American Woman


1971       Marilyn James

A TYPICAL AMERICAN SCENE. The Sullivan family at breakfast. Frank and Maggie, the parents; 17 year old Debbie; 12 year old Jimmie; and Jean, Maggie's younger sister, a successful high fashion model who has come to live with them. Aunt Jean is young Debbie's idol. Now that they live under the same roof there are so many things they can do together. Familiarity needn't breed contempt. Frank Sullivan sees his attractive sister-in-law as a moody, overly sensitive woman who lives in a world of make-believe; sophisticated on the surface, yet vulnerable, distant and troubled. She is all of this and more. With success, beauty and popularity Jean is still sexually unmoved. In her various encounters with men she has always been left with the feeling of having been used. She remains, emotionally, a virgin. Meeting suave and charming Raff, Jean senses something different about him. Surely he is going to be the one man who can melt her. When he makes love to her, it is like the reoccurrence of a bad dream. Unfulfilled,

unrelieved, Jean wonders if she is sexually frigid. Returning home, Jean drifts into a Victorian fantasy with the aid of auto-eroticism. In this dream world of lace and chiffon, in the arms of her tender but forceful Victorian lover, she finds the ultimate thrill that eludes her in reality. Desperate in her search for happiness, Jean seeks the advice of a psychiatrist. He tells her she is a victim of her own psycho-sexual infantilism and offers her a remedy. When later, she tells Debbie, excitedly the young girl urges her to do it. In the privacy of her bathroom Jean follows the doctor's orders. When Debbie sees the results, she is overcome with pent-up feelings for her lovely aunt. Hesitatingly at first, then willingly, Jean gives in to her niece's attentions. Jimmie has noticed some strange behavior between the two girls. In a moment of childish jealousy he tells his father that he has seen Debbie and Jean dancing together; Jean was dressed like a man. Alone with Jean later, Frank discusses his concern for her, but also a stronger concern for the effect she is having on impressionable young Debbie. During the course of the conversation he reveals that all is not well in his marriage with Maggie. Caught up in the overpowering tide of compassion for each other, Frank and his frightened but willing sister-in-law make love. For the first time, Jean's face reflects the joy and contentment that comes only from complete sexual satisfaction. Gathered about the breakfast table, another day begins. An exchange of glances between Jean and Frank alerts Maggie to the fact that something is wrong. Or is it? Familiarity needn't breed contempt!



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CAST

Jean .......................... MARILYN JAMES
Frank .......................... STEVE BENNETT
Debbie .......................... ROBBIE MAYHEW
Raff .......................... WARD EGAN
Mrs. Sullivan .......................... LINDA WEEKS
Jimmy .......................... MANNY SAMANIEGO
Gary .......................... ROBERT PRESTWOOD
Victorian Gentleman .......................... ROGER VAUGHN
The Buyer .......................... RICHARD MOYER



CREDITS


Executive Producer .......................... M. D. Maury
Directed & Written By .......................... Mark Haggard
Photographed By .......................... Manuel S. Conde
Sound Recording .......................... Roland Miller, Manny Conde, Jr.
Production Manager .......................... Nick Peterson
Editor .......................... Mark Haggard
Production Assistant .......................... Loretta Samaniego
Original Music By .......................... Bruce Kimmel
Gaffer .......................... Jeff Smith
Sound Re-Recording .......................... M.F.I.
Makeup & Script Supervision .......................... Men McDonald
Stills .......................... Maria Conde
Hairstyles .......................... Serge Funel







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