Josie's Castle (1971)

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  • Tom Holland and Holly Mascott in Josie's Castle (1971)
  • Tom Holland and Holly Mascott in Josie's Castle (1971)
  • John Bakos and Tom Holland in Josie's Castle (1971)
  • Tom Holland and Holly Mascott in Josie's Castle (1971)
  • George Takei in Josie's Castle (1971)
  • Holly Mascott in Josie's Castle (1971)

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Director:

Laurence E. Mascott

Writers:

Holly Mascott, Oscar Wilde

Awards

1 win.

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23 September 2005 | edinman
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| Spacing out with Josie & Takei in the 70s
It might surprise some avid Star Trek fans that George Takei (who played Hikaru Sulu) stared in a sexploitation flick that made the drive-in rounds back in the early 70s.

That film is "Josie's Castle" which was also released as "Teenage Divorcée" and "The Young Divorcees." As the story opens "Josie" is getting divorced from her boring husband so then she and a couple of also-divorced guys (including Takei) rent a condemned "castle" for cheap.

They immediately make it into a hippie pad complete with parties, group sex, and pot smoking, much to the concern of their nosy landlady.

The landlady eventually calls the cops who escort the groovy trio to jail for drug dealing.

Josie also gets jealous because she thinks Takei & her boyfriend are gay.

Does Takei appears nude with Josie & gang (or just almost nude)? I'll never tell. Just see it for yourself at a theater probably nowhere near anybody (LOL) or demand that it gets put on DVD soon.

I'll give it a 6-plus.

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