Tanya (1976 film)
|Directed by||Nate Rodgers (as P.D. Fingersnarl)|
|Written by||Charles Townsend|
|Distributed by||Boxoffice International Pictures|
Tanya is a low-budget 1976 comedy film directed by Nate Rodgers and loosely based on the experiences of Patricia Hearst. The lead character, Charlotte Kane, is 20-year-old heiress of a newspaper mogul. She is kidnapped by five sex-crazed pseudo-relovutionaries who call themselves "The Symphonic Liberation Army" (a parody of the Symbionese Liberation Army). Charlotte is quickly converted to their cause and changes her name to Tanya.
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