Poor Ginger... all that money and nobody to love. Oh, plenty of guys to have sex with, but a woman needs more than that. Her mom and dad (Paul Thomas) don't care. They're only concerned that she pick someone of the right social standing... like that lawyer she's been going out (and staying in) with. But he just doesn't turn her on.
But what do mom and dad know of love? He's making it with the maid, while she's fooling around with her gynecologist (Ron Jeremy) and his nurse (Christy Canyon). What's a poor little rich girl to do?
As luck would have it, just as she's about to give it all up, who should she meet in the woods but lumberjack/furniture maker Tom Byron, and it's love at first sight. But can true love triumph over the plotting of her parents, who are sure Tom won't fit in?
Ginger delivers her usual fine performance, aided this time by some very sexy clothes, befitting her social position. You won't want to miss her coupling with Tom Byron, which, unfortunately, is the last thing on the tape and doesn't last long enough.
But what pushes this tape over the top —and this is strictly a personal bias not shared, I'm sure, by some of the younger crowd— is that Ginger's mom has been made up to look very much like veteran actress Nita Talbot, whom some of us remember from TV's The Thin Man, and later, Hogan's Heroes. Watching (apparently) one of my favorite comedic actresses from the 50's and 60's getting it on with Ron Jeremy and Christy Canyon, and doing a really spectacular job of it, is enough to raise the already good rating of this flick an extra half-grade. I'm sure you'll agree.