The Stewardesses (1969)

R 07/25/1969 (US) Comedy 1h 9m
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The Unpublishable Novel Is Now America's Most Controversial Film!

Overview

A single eventful night in the lives of a crew of Los Angeles-based, trans-Pacific stewardesses, as they experiment with drugs and engage in various sexual encounters. The Stewardesses is a 1969 Softcore 3-D film. Produced on a budget of just over $100,000, the film grossed over $27,000,000 (USD) in 1970 dollars, becoming the most profitable 3-D film ever released. This has now been passed by James Camerons Avatar.

  1. Al Silliman Jr.

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Christina Hart

    Christina Hart

    Stewardess Samantha

  2. Ronald South

    Colin Winthrop

  3. William Condos

    Captain Brad Masters

  4. Anita de Moulin

    Jo Peters

  5. Paula Erikson

    Tina

  6. Kathy Ferrick

    Cathy

  7. Janet Wass

    Wendy

  8. Donna Stanley

    Horney Annie

  9. Jerry Litvinoff

    Cappy

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The Stewardesses
The Stewardesses

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget $100,000.00

Revenue $27,000,000.00

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