Curvaceous 19-year-old redhead Moonbeam (Terry Gibson) is the unwed but uninhibited daughter of a pig keeper named Swyner (Bruce Kimball, appearing here as Buck Wayne) and his voluptuous wife (Gina Paluzzi).
Moonbeam – who has a pet piglet called Lord Hamilton – puts her charm to good use, driving the local boys crazy, with a local yokel stud called Jasper (John Keith) frequently stopping by to take advantage of her willing and luscious body.
Meanwhile, Moonbeam’s neighbour, Patty (Peggy Church), struggles to protect her virginity from Jasper.
Things take an unexpected turn when Moonbeam has a chance encounter with a travelling perfume and lingerie salesman (Peter James).
Produced by legendary filmmaker Harry Novak, The Pig Keeper’s Daughter is essentially just a series of softcore sex clips featuring large-breasted women connected through an ultra-thin storyline.
It’s reminiscent of a Russ Meyer movie but with even less plot.
The acting is bad, and the jokes are corny, but the breasts are wonderful and it’s an entertaining and undemanding example of 1970s American sex comedies.
Bruce Kimball (as Buck Wayne)