GRINDHOUSE REDUX - Four Dimensions of Greta & Alvin Purple
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The Foreign-Sex/Comedy-Romp double feature begins with Four Dimensions of Greta (1972). Hans Weimar (Tristan Rogers who later appeared on "General Hospital") is a German journalist who flies to London to investigate the disappearance of Greta (Leena Skoog), a stunning 18-year-old blond who ran off to become an au pair. Hans interviews four different individuals who all paint a rather different picture of the missing girl (these sequences are in 3D and are 20 minutes approx). We later discover that Greta has been kidnapped by an East End gangster (Alan Curtis).
Then we go down under with Alvin Purple (1973) played by (Graeme Blundell), who is just an ordinary bloke, not drop-dead handsome or anything like that, but somehow women find him irresistible. Even in his teens schoolgirls chased after him and the headmasters wife had to intervene. His vow to the sexless Seventies lasted only as long as it took the girl downstairs to ask to borrow some sugar. Hes referred to a psychiatrist, Dr McBurney (George Whaley), who hires him out as a sex therapist for certain of his women clients. Its not long before the whole sordid business lands Alvin in court
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