Sisters

Synopsis:
Genre: Adult
Year:
1973
64 min
16 Views

"It's" Peeping Toms!

Starring Ted Craft.

And now, here's Ted!

Hello, everybody,

and welcome to "Peeping Toms,"

New York's newest

and grooviest game.

You have just seen

the first half...

of our real-life

candid situation.

Now, in one minute,

you will have to predict...

just what our unsuspecting

subject will do.

You folks there in the audience,

and those of you peeking in at home,

guess along with us, okay? All right.

Now, today, our Peeping Tom's

problem is, chivalry.

What does a fella do

when a pretty girl...

starts taking off all her clothes

right there in front of him?

A blind girl, that is.

Lovely young model

Danielle Breton...

agreed to be our decoy.

Now, Danielle

is not really blind,

but that's what we want

our male friend to think.

Okay, peepers,

look at the board.

You've got 20 seconds

to pick your answer.

"Well, look at that!"

Both of our contestants

have picked the same answer.

Let's see if they're right.

Oh, I am sorry, Pat and Fred,

but better luck next time.

- Right, audience?

All right. And now, before we meet

our contestants for tomorrow,

let's bring out the lovely

Danielle Breton, our blind girl.

- Bravo, Danielle.

- Thank you.

It's so nice to see you.

Danielle, what do you do in real life?

Right now I study

to be a model with Gene Fox,

and also I study

to be an actress.

Great!

That's wonderful, Danielle.

Danielle, let's bring out

our other guest,

Peeping Tom's

own Mr. Chivalry,

Philip Woode.

Hello, Phil. Nice to meet you.

You're a great sport.

Phil, what do you do

in real life?

I'm an advertising manager

for "The Amsterdam Star."

Oh, great.

That's wonderful.

I'm glad to... Oh! Uh-oh.

It's been wonderful

talking with you, Danielle and Phil,

but that music tells us that we just

have time to give away our prizes...

before we have

to say bye-bye.

Danielle, for you, this complete set

of Reynolds stainless steel cutlery.

- Thank you.

- Ha, ha. Congratulations.

And Phil, for you,

good sport that you are,

dining and dancing

for two...

at Manhattan's famous

African Room.

Philip!

I just remembered

that I haven't eaten all day...

and I thought maybe you want

some help with your dinner for two.

I don't bite, you know.

That is, if I'm filled

I don't bite.

I- I have brought

my own cutlery.

- All right, let's go get my car.

- Okay.

... I don't know

what to do, so I just stand there...

and, uh, I feel very stupid

and about, uh...

Then I said

to the photographer...

I said something so terrible you can't

even put it in the French movie.

But he deserved that,

you know.

He's a...

How you say that word?

He's a son of a bastard.

- Son of a bitch.

- Yes, he was that too. Son of a bitch.

But I'm not, you know, I'm not

like you Americans' women's liberation.

I don't, uh, I don't

spend my life to hate the men.

I don't like that, but this man,

he have deserve what I tell him.

So, after that have

happen to me, then, uh,

I said to myself, "Now it's time

for you to go from Quebec."

- Quebec?

- Yes.

- I thought you were French.

- Oh, yes, I'm French-Canadian.

It's not the same,

you know.

Quebec is very pretty,

you know, but now, for me,

New York is the home. Is for me...

is for me, freedom, New York.

Yesterday you know

what I have do?

I go to the top

of the Empire State Building.

You know, the...

that building, the big...

And I am up there by myself,

and nobody know I am there.

I look down, I can see

all the little car and the people,

and I'm all by myself,

and nobody knows that I'm there.

Do you like

to be alone?

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