Teenage Mother (also known as The Hygiene Story) is a 1967 American exploitation film directed by Jerry Gross and starring Arlene Sue Farber. It is about teenage pregnancy, hygiene and a graphic actualization of birth. It was billed as "The film that dares to explain what most parents can't." It marked Fred Willard's film debut.
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|Directed by||Jerry Gross|
|Produced by||Jerry Gross|
|Written by||Nicholas Demetroles |
|Starring||Arlene sue Farber |
Howard Lee May
|Music by||Steve Karmen|
|Cinematography||Richard E. Brooks|
|Distributed by||Cinematic Industries, Inc.|
In a brief interview on the DVD extras of the 2007 documentary film Heckler, Willard reported that the audience at one screening of the film booed when his character interrupted an attempted sexual assault of the female lead character.
- The Rochester Sentinel. 20 September 1968. p. 2 https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=-ihjAAAAIBAJ&sjid=93MNAAAAIBAJ&pg=6471%2C3154567. Missing or empty
- "Juno, The Grindhouse edition". filmschoolrejects.com.
- "Teenage Graffiti and Teenage mother plot". DVDbeaver.com.
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