The film follows the sexual exploits of a Dutch prostitute in her climb from schoolgirl to madam.
Xaviera Hollander (introduction only)
Rick Lutze (as Rick Lutz)
"Love is What I Am" - Becky Bauch and The Boondock Sisters
"Mickey Mouse March" (background)
The film's reception was poor.
In 1975, the film's producers were sued by Walt Disney Productions, for the use of the "Mickey Mouse March" in the film. The judgement went against the producers, as the march was used excessively, negating their claim of parody and fair use. It was cited in Walt Disney Productions v. Air Pirates.