Weekend with the Babysitter (1970) - Rotten Tomatoes

Weekend with the Babysitter (1970)





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In this melodrama, Jim Carlton is settling in for a weekend at home when his wife takes their baby off for a weekend trip. However, when the baby-sitter mistakenly shows up, she whisks Jim off to a wild weekend in Hollywood, where he discovers some sobering facts about his wife.

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Susan Romen
as Candy Wilson
George E. Carey
as Jim Carlton
James Almanzar
as Rich Harris
Luanne Roberts
as Mona Carlton
Gloria Hill
as Mary Mary
Patrick Whyte
as Salesman
Pat Welch
as Waitress
Ellen Bailey
as Operator
Easton Herd
as Michael Carlton
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Weekend With The Babysitter aka Weekend Babysitter My question is what did old George E. Carey have to do to get the leading role in this movie and the Babysitter Movie, dam them babysitters were hot.. My only surprise was that Susan Romen who played Candy the babysitter only played in one other movie before this and that was it. She was cute and I thought had a great body. Not to large in certain area's. Anyway old Mr. Jim Carlton played by George E Carey has a nagging wife who is unknown to him a heroin addict, see runs off to Momma?s for the weekend to score a hit and leaves Jim at home with the babysitter who ends up taking care of him for the weekend. It was somewhat disappointing in the T&A department, not a graphic or as much nudity as the Babysitter (1st movie). Which was a surprise as this was filmed 2 years after the Babysitter. The wife takes Jim's boat down to Mexico to score a big deal with her pusher, see ends up sleeping with the pushers girlfriend, a small lesbo scene here but nothing that last. In the end Candy helps jimbo get his wife back from the pusher and the last we see of Jim is he's sailing off in the sunset on his boat, myself I would have sailed with the babysitter, but Jim must know about the courts of law and how the frown on running away with the babysitter. This Movie came in a 8 pack called the Drive-In Cult Classics Vol 3, and I can actually see this one being played at the drive in, though I am sure it would have been the 2nd in a double feature, ok kiddies you go back to sleep back there. 2 1/2 Stars that?s it.

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