Expose Me, Lovely Trailer

Expose Me, Lovely Trailer (1976)

18 February 1976 90 mins

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Cast

Ras Kean

as Frosty Knight

Catharine Burgess

as Karen Spencer

Eve Adams

as Lori

Jennifer Welles

as Shelly Knight

Jody Maxwell

as Terry Lawford

Ian Morley

as Gordon Hathaway

Todd Pembrooke

as Ed Curran

Bobby Astyr

as Chi-Chi

Sunshine

as Nancy

Rod Dumont

as Paul

Crew

Jack Justis

Original Music Composer

João Fernandes

João Fernandes Director of Photography

Tina Russell

Tina Russell Makeup Artist

Mik Cribben

Mik Cribben Production Manager

Catharine Burgess

Catharine Burgess Sets & Props Artist

Catharine Burgess

Catharine Burgess Costume Supervisor

International Titles

Big Ones Trailer

Love in Action Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 18 February 1976

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