Young and Innocent

Synopsis: Joan, Lisa and Wendy are three lovely young girls on the verge of blossoming into beautiful young women. They arrive at Camp Red Duck expecting a summer of recreation and relaxation under the warm country sun. However, the sun that shines on Camp Red Duck is warmer than warm - it's HOT! The girls can't believe what they see in the infirmary. Mr. and Mrs. Wasserman, the camp owners, must be practicing some rather unusual first aid techniques. Following the example of the Wassermans, the girls set out on a quest to quell the strange new cravings that are awakening within their young, tender loins. After a stay at Camp Red Duck, the girls may leave young... but they don't leave innocent!
Genre: Adult


Don't shout, I tell you!

Don't shout!

I will shout if I want to! Who's

going to prevent me from shouting.

Listen to me! Why won't you


You're a liar! A liar! You lied

when you met me!

You lied to get rid of me!

You're a liar and a cheat!

That's enough of it! Get out

of here!

That's a nice thing for a wife

to say!

I'm nothing of the sort!

Oh, yes, you are! And you're not

going to get rid of me with...

...your silly Reno divorce!

You're my wife!

Well, what about it?

And I'm not going to have any

boys hanging around.

What do you mean?

Oh, you can't fool me! I've

watched him! I saw him come in!

Don't be a fool! That boy

is not...

- A liar! A liar!

- Why won't you listen?

Because I'm not an idiot!

You quit me eight years ago to go

on the screen!

I, who worked for you! Took you

out the chorus...

...let you out of the gutter.

And now you spend your time

going around with boys, you!

Go on, say it, say it!


- Is she drowned?

- No, she's a mermaid.

This woman was never drowned

She was strangled with this belt.

Keep back, please!

Now then, which of you found the

body first?

- I did.

- No, he didn't! We did.

- Both of you?

- Elsa saw it first.

- That's right!

- But he says he did.

- Well, he didn't!

- Contradict the evidence, eh?

Don't be silly.

Well, just a moment if you

don't mind.

Now, miss, what's your tale?

Well, we were both going down

to bathe.

And just as we got...

We saw this young man running


It's absurd, I was running to

get home.

You weren't, you were running

away, wasn't he, Helen?

- That's right

- Nonsense, the girl's hysterical.

I'm not! I'm not hysterical!

You were running away, you know

you were!

It's fantastic! I saw the body

from the top of the crest and...

...naturally came down.

I couldn't be sure if she was

already dead or only unconscious.

You see, I didn't see the belt.

I ran out to get help so that I

could make artificial respiration.

I was only there a few minutes.

This woman has only been dead

a few minutes.

Well, it's time we got this thing


Now, is this belt yours or

isn't it?

For the hundredth time I tell

you it isn't!

How do you know it isn't?

You've already admitted that

you've got a raincoat.

Don't put down "got",

put "had" a raincoat.

- Which you've lost

- No, not lost, which I had stolen.

Why are you trying to distort

everything I say?

Don't get excited, old man, it's

only a formality.

You had it stolen, let it go as

that. When was it stolen?

Well, I can't remember.

You see, I left it in the car and

went in to get some cigarettes.

When I came back it was gone.

You mean it just went into

thin air?

What sort of a place was this?

A common shelter called

Tom's Hat.

All right, we'll let that go.

Now, did you know the dead

woman well?

Yes, fairly well, I knew her in


Could it be unfair to suggest

that you were especially...

...good friends?

- Mr. Kent means her lover.

- It would be unfair!

Then we could put down that you

were friends, good friends.

Oh, put down what you like!

Were you good enough friends to

discuss money?

What's the idea? We discussed

money three years ago when...

... I sold her a story.

Paid in good hard cash.

I received money from her on

former occasions.

Talking of money, would it be

accurate to say that you are...

...not well off?

More than that, it would be

practically true.

Would it? Considering the fact

that she's left you...

...twelve hundred pounds in

her will?

- What's happened to him?

- He passed out or pretended to.

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