The Wild Scene

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The Wild Scene
Directed by William Rowland
Written by Samuel J. Jacoby (story)
Michael Kraike
Starring Alberta Nelson
Music by Jaime Mendoza-Nava
Release date(s) 1970
Running time 96 min.
Country U.S.A.
Language English

The Wild Scene (1970) is a film starring Alberta Nelson in the story of Dr. Virginia Grant, a female psychiatrist who talks graphically about her tawdriest cases. When she goes underground to investigate her college daughter's sordid activities, she gets drawn into a world of prostitution, orgies, drugs, and more. This is the last credited role for Alberta Nelson.

Cast[edit]

  • Alberta Nelson as Dr. Virginia Grant
  • Rita Lupino as Faith
  • Wendy Stuart as Andrea
  • Jarl Victor as Dr. Jennings
  • John Craven as Morton
  • Berry Kroeger as Tim
  • Nancy Czar as Clarette

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