Britain’s very first 3-D feature film finds young German journalist Hans Weimar (Tristan Rogers) searching for his missing female compatriot, Greta (Lina Skoog) – a stunning 18-year-old blonde – amid Swinging London settings chock-full of willing au pair girls, naked dollybirds and would-be tough guys.
He interviews her roommates, her friends, her employers and her footballer boyfriend (Robin Askwith) and gains four perspectives (or “dimensions”) on the missing girl.
We eventually discover that Greta has been kidnapped by East End gangster Carl Roberts (Alan Curtis).
Perhaps owing to the 3-D gimmick, Four Dimensions of Greta features a lot of young ladies (Leena Skoog, Karen Boyes and Jane Cardew for starters) with very pendulous breasts.
Phil the Greek