An early film by Jonathan Kaplan (Over the Edge), from the days when New World Pictures was Hollywood’s hottest training ground for new talent (1973). The plot, a rape mystery, is an ugly, exploitative downer, but Kaplan puts some infectious high spirits into the incidental action. Everyone is having so much fun that it seems a shame when the film is forced to stop every 10 or 15 minutes so the three lead actresses can take off their shirts. With Bob Harris, Susan Damante, Brooke Mills, and, of course, Dick Miller.