Released 31 October 1963
BILLA and GINNIE are two single young women, sharing a London flat and working as night club hostesses in a Soho gentleman’s club.
The emotionally fragile Ginnie has the chance to leave this life behind, as BOB SHELBOURNE, rich and cossetted son of a business magnate, offers to leave his wife and marry her, while BILLA has a different man in her life – her school teacher father, up to visit London for the day and determined to take his daughter home, away from a life he views as immoral.
To complicate matters, Billa is pregnant and wonders how she could possibly cope without her friend.
The photograph of Ginnie which Billa looks at longingly at the start of the movie is actually a publicity still from the comedy movie THE MOUSE ON THE MOON, in which June Ritchie had starred earlier in the year
The movie was novelised by John Burke for Pan Books, with Ritchie and Sim on the front cover, and Ritchie and Judd on the rear..
J-June doesn’t dig this kind of l-living…