Weekend with the Babysitter

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Released 1971

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Director:
Don Henderson
Released:
1971
Rating:
R

Weekend with the Babysitter is a soft core 1970's adult film which centers around an unconventional, free-loving affair between an older man and his babysitter. The film is based on a story written by George E. Carey and Don Henderson. James E. McLarty adapted to film and Don Henderson, who also directed the film's predecessor, The Babysitter, directs. Jim (George E. Carey) has every intention of living up to his expectations as a father and a husband. As of late, his relationship with his wife Mona (Luanne Roberts) has been slightly lackluster. Its arguable whether he is to blame for all of their marital problems, but he is determined to save their marriage. Nevertheless, Mona decides to take an extended vacation alone, and leaves a babysitter in charge of the kids. Despite all of his conscious decisions to remain faithful to his wife, Jim finds himself undeniably attracted to the stunning babysitter, Candy (Susan Romen), who watches over his kids. It is not long before they embark on a wild adventure which includes riding motorcycles, hippy parties and love-making. Was a couple days of freedom worth jeopardizing his marriage to Mona?

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