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The most infamous scene was of repressed lesbian tenant Betts (Barbara Steele) taking a bath with one of the red wormy parasites coming up out of the drain and crawling between her legs into her vagina, violating her, and bloodying the water as it infected her and she splashed around. Afterwards, the infected Betts seductively whispered repeatedly to her female victim neighbor Janine Tudor (Susan Petrie) seated on the couch: "Make love to me" and "Let’s kiss" and passed the parasite onto her when they kissed.
Miss Forsythe (Lynn Lowry), the nurse of the Starliner’s resident physician Roger St. Luc (Paul Hampton), relayed her "disturbing" and creepy dream about how she had made love with an elderly, strange dying man, and how everything in life was sexual and erotic:
". he tells me that everything is erotic, that everything is sexual, you know what I mean? He tells me that even old flesh is erotic flesh. That disease is the love of two alien kinds of creatures for each other, that even dying is an act of eroticism, that talking is sexual, that breathing is sexual, that even to physically exist is sexual."
She then opened her mouth to reveal her own parasitic infection. Other inhabitants of the Starliner were making love in the hallways, and the entire complex was overtaken with copulation.
In the final scene, the protagonist Roger St. Luc, finally succumbed to being overpowered and surrounded by the parasitic forces in the apartment’s indoor swimming pool complex. He was pushed clothed into the pool to engage in the orgy, where he was kissed by his infected nurse Miss Forsythe while surrounded by a group of infected inhabitants.
The Bathtub Scene.
Director Michael Ritchie’s satirical comedic-drama on beauty pageants, an ensemble film of many characters, came at the same time, during the post-Watergate era, as Robert Altman’s similar Nashville (1975) , yet both were somewhat overwhelmed and overshadowed by the summer release of Spielberg’s Jaws (1975) .
The poster’s tagline described the annual event:
"Raised on hamburgers and soda pop. She’s got a winning smile that’s hard to top. A credit to her family, the ideal teen. She’s America’s daughter, she’s a beauty queen."
Another tagline was more blunt:
"An American Dream, Peaches and Cream. maybe she’ll go all the way."
The Young American Miss pageant, a semi-final round for 33 county finalists, was being held in Santa Rosa, California over a four day period, sponsored by the local Jaycees, and held in the local Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium. The girls were continually urged to "Just be yourselves and keep smiling" and choreographed to perform for talent segments (for example, baton twirling, saxophone and accordion playing) and gown competitions. One contestant’s talent was folding clothes into a suitcase!
The event coordinators and the young girls competing for the title were the main characters in the parody:
The main Pageant Leaders:
"Big Bob" Freelander (Bruce Dern), the always-cheerful head judge, and a fast-talking used car dealer of gas-guzzling RVs; his voyeuristic, sex-obsessed son "Little Bob" Freelander (Eric Shea), intent on selling illicit photoes, was caught snapping Polaroids of contestants disrobing in their dressing room, and was required – with his father – to see a psychiatrist for his deviancy; a nude snapshot was confiscated by police, was clipped to a cop’s car visor, and became the backdrop for the end credits Brenda DiCarlo (Barbara Feldon), the pageant’s cool Executive Director and a former Young American Miss in 1966, who was married to unstable, suicidal and neglected Andy (Nicholas Pryor), a heavy drinker and owner of a trophy shop, who frustratingly shot his wife in the shoulder in their home near the end of the pageant; the second night of the pageant, "Big Bob" took Andy to his local lodge "Exhausted Rooster" Ceremony (for men who reached the age of 35) where he was required to kiss the butt end of a raw plucked chicken Tommy French (Michael Kidd), a cynical, egotistical, and rough-edged Hollywood choreographer, who eventually agreed to take $500 out of his own salary of $2,000 to keep the runway ramp for the contestants so they wouldn’t injure themselves.
The Main Young American Miss Contestants, many of whom were in their debut film and went on to larger careers:
Robin Gibson (Joan Prather) – Miss Antelope Valley, flute player, honest, level-headed and the most sane of the girls Shirley (Denise Nickerson) – Miss San Diego Karen Love (Melanie Griffith) – Miss Simi Valley Connie Thompson (Colleen Camp) – Miss Imperial County Doria Houston (Annette O’Toole) – Miss Anaheim, shrewd, a veteran contestant with spunky advice about how to compete, named 4th runner-up Maria (Maria O’Brien) – Miss Salinas, who used her Mexican-American heritage to score points with repeated offerings of her guacamole dip, and who twirled batons with sparklers (sabotaged by competitive girls)
Soft-core erotic film director Just Jaeckin’s ("Emmanuelle") classic but disturbing sex-art tale of erotica was based on the 1954 novel by pen-named Pauline Reage (the source of the film’s voice-overs), actually French author Anne Desclos.

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