Gary Graver – Tangerine (1979)
This is the story of a high society hostess named Tangerine and her three teenage daughters Faith, Hope and Charity. Tangerine throws lavish parties at her sumptuous seaside home for influential business executives. However, what she’s really up to has more to do with hard cash than with hospitality. Her bait, Faith, Hope and Charity, pretend to be between the ages of thirteen and fifteen — though they’re actually not teenagers at all, and no relation to Tangerine whatsoever. It’s a good, spicy tale and a provocative experience, as you follow the three nymphettes in their erotic, seductive attempts to bilk money from hapless, horny businessmen.