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Four Dimensions of Greta (1972)

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 gaining 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.

Hans Weimar
Tristan Rogers
Sue
Karen Boyes
Carl Roberts
Alan Curtis
Roger Maitland
Robin Askwith
Greta Gruber
Leena Skoog
Percy
Kenneth Hendel
Phil the Greek
John Clive
Johnny Maltese
Nick Zaran
Herr Schickler
Martin Wyldeck
Herr Gruber
Godfrey Kenton
Mrs Gruber
Pearl Hackney
Mrs Schickler
Elizabeth Bradley
Karin
Erika Raffael
Serena
Felicity Devonshire
Kirsten
Jane Cardew
Mrs Marks
Carol Allen
Big Danny
Bill Maynard
American
Marion Grimaldi
Rascal
Steve Emerson
Cynthia
Minah Bird
Fred Sharprock
Ralph Ball
Footballer
Derek Keller
Porter
Ivor Salter
Policeman
Max Mason

Director
Pete Walker