Take Me in the Valley Trailer

Take Me in the Valley Trailer (1977)

26 September 1977 Drama, Comedy

A shy farmhand, George (Eric Edwards), needs help learning about sex.

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Cast

Chris Chittell

as Richard (as Charles Canyon)

Eric Edwards

as George

Knud Jörgensen

as Joe the Farmhand

Darby Lloyd Rains

as Esther the Teacher

Kim Pope

as Kitty the Cook

Anita Ericsson

as The Stable Girl (as Anita Chris)

Anne Magle

as The Mechanic

Crew

Ake Brandhid

Ake Brandhid Sound Engineer

Ken Jacobson

Ken Jacobson Lighting Technician

Arne Brandhild

Arne Brandhild Camera Operator

International Titles

Countrylife Trailer

Practice Makes Perfect Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 26 September 1977

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