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Maid in Sweden (1971)
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Director:Dan Wolman Producer:Ami Artzi Screenplay by:Ronnie Friedland, George T. Norris  Music by:Bob Nash Cinematography:Hans Welin  Edited by:George T. Norris Running time:80 min Country:USA Language:English Genre:Drama   Subtitle:none  Starring:Christina Lindberg ...Inga, Monica Ekman ...Greta, Krister Ekman ...Casten, Leif Naeslund ...Bjorn,
Per-Axel Arosenius ...Father
, Ittla Frodi ...Mother, Tina Hedström ...Helen, Henrik Meyer ...Ole,
Wivian Öiangen ...Brita
, Jim Engelau ...Leonard

 

 

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    Christina Lindberg (THRILLER: A CRUEL PICTURE and ANITA) stars in this incredibly sexy US-Swedish co-production. Young Inga (Lindberg), a country milk maid, longs for a trip to Stockholm, the Swedish capital. Leaving her rural home for a weekend in the big city, Inga soon discovers her beauty and (ample assets) gets her into a bit of trouble! Deserting her country life sensibilities for a slice of urban values, Ingas romantic adventures will shock and entertain! MAID IN SWEDEN is an erotic coming of age story and is one of the very first film roles for cult-film starlet, Christina Lindberg.
    Maid in Sweden tells the story of Inga, a 16-year-old Swedish girl who leaves her rural home to spend a weekend in the Swedish capital. An innocent with no experience, but with prodigious physical attributes, she has a series of romantic adventures as she throws off the frustrations of her small-town environment.




 





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