The Pigkeeper's Daughter

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Released 1972

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The Pigkeeper's Daughter

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Released:
1972
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The Pigkeeper's Daughter is a 1972 softcore sexploitation film that includes a comedy plot. Moonbeam (Terry Gibson) is the title character. She is completely bored with country life and spends time having liaisons with local boys. Mrs. Molly Swyner's (Gina Paluzzi) goal, and the plot of the film, is to marry off Moonbeam because, after all, Moonbeam has reached the ripe old age of nineteen. There is some competition between Moonbeam and her mother to catch the attention of a new-to-town traveling salesman. He does indeed have sex with Moonbeam, but not before having sex with her mother first. Gibson's role in the film is very simple, to be the country courtesan. In addition to the scenes in which Molly and Moonbeam compete for the attentions of the same man, the film includes many other sex scenes, such as a fifteen year-old hitchhiker and a local Lothario named Jasper each having sex with Moonbeam. One subplot of interest is that the traveling salesman often sings a song about how country people are easily duped of their money. It is he, however, who loses his money to the teen hitchhiker and to Moonbeam and her mother. The film isn't known for its artfully crafted script, but audiences enjoy it because it is lighthearted and amusing.moreless

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Comedy

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Cult, Adult, Classics