Liz Trailer

Liz Trailer (1976)

"Most women dream their fantasies... this woman lives them!" 26 January 1976 Drama

A Swedish invitation to...Private Pleasures!

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Elona Glenn

as Elisabeth

Per-Axel Arosenius

as Karl Fredrik Andersson

Katarina Lindström

as Monica, secretary


Paul Gerber


International Titles

Ceremony Trailer

Liz Trailer

Private Pleasures Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 26 January 1976

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