Girl from Starship Venus Trailer

Girl from Starship Venus Trailer (1975)

"2069... A Space Sexploration!" 18 December 1975 Comedy, Sci-Fi 82 mins

A young Venusian girl lands on Earth to explore the planet. She lands in Soho in London, UK where she has ample opportunities to research sex on Earth.

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Cast

Monika Ringwald

as Explorer

Mark Jones

as Lecher

Tony Kenyon

as Man in Cinema

David Rayner

as Photographer

Beatrice Shaw

as Old Lady

Dave Carter

as Inspector

Elaine Baillie

as Sauna Manageress

Prudence Drage

as Sauna Attendant

Anna Dawson

as Store Manageress

Tanya Ferova

as Club Stripper

Juliet Groves

as Ballet Dancer

Crew

Derek Ford

Director

Roy Pointer

Roy Pointer Director of Photography

Edmond Konkel

Edmond Konkel Art Direction

International Titles

Diary of a Space Virgin Trailer

The Sexplorer Trailer

International Releases Dates

Australia 18 December 1975

United States 01 October 1976

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