This documentary on rock ‘n’ roll groupies, including the infamous Plaster Casters, features performances (musical) by such bands as Ten Years After, Terry Reid, Spooky Tooth, and Cat Mother.
GROUPIE GIRL 1970
Groupie Girl is a 1970 British drama film about the rock music scene, directed by Derek Ford and starring Esme Johns, Donald Sumpter and the band Opal Butterfly. The film was written by Ford and former groupie Suzanne Mercer.
Ford later complained to Cinema X magazine “we were shooting in a discotheque one Saturday night and my ears rang right through to Monday morning. I was sick -physically sick- on Sunday from the noise level we suffered”.
The film was released in America in December 1970 by American International Pictures as I am a Groupie and in France in 1973- with additional sex scenes- as Les demi-sels de la perversion (The Pimps of Perversion). The film was later re-released in France in 1974 as Les affamées du mâle (Man-Hungry Women) this time with hardcore inserts credited to ‘Derek Fred’.
color, mono, fullscreen. DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!