Gary Crosby turns Carol Lynley over his knee for a hand spanking
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Director Henry Levin followed up this light romantic comedy with Where the Boys Are (1960) and started a beach trend going. This conventional story stars one of his favorite actors (Clifton Webb) as Robert Dean, the father of two lively teen-age daughters. He and his wife Mary (Jane Wyman) accompany their daughters on a South American junket. Meg (Jill St. John) and Betsy (Carol Lynley) the 17-year-old model turned actress are the teens. Since Robert is a Boston psychiatrist, one would assume he has the inside scoop on the teen years, but as the family make stops in Lima, Sao Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro it is clear that the daughters are winning the day. Handsome young men enter the picture, and it is not long before romance follows right behind
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Holiday For Lovers (1959) comes from a play written by Ronald Alexander, in 1957 and ran in New York. The play is quite different from the movie, with the play being set in Europe while the movie is set in Brazil.
Also Known As
- Diakopes Sto Rio - Greece
- Ferie For forelskede - Denmark
- Ferien Für Verliebte - Germany
- Lennämme Rioon - Finland
- Vacaciones Para Enamorados - Spain
- Vacanze Per Amanti - Italy
- Vi Flyger Till Rio! - Sweden
This spanking scenario is about what happens after Gary Crosby has finished spanking Carol Lynley.
Betsy Dean is lying over Tech Sgt. Paul Gattling knee getting a well deserved spanking. Her parents, Mary and Robert Dean walk into the room. They heard all the commotion and came to see what it was all about. The spanking over, Betsy jumps up, putting her hand over her sore backside. "He hit me."
Paul is shaking his hand, it also hurts. "Hoo Wee she's hard. The next time she needs a spanking I'll have to use more than just my hand."
Mary looks from Betsy to Paul a few times. "Well I'm glad there's something to show for all those ballet lessons."
Betsy is standing there rubbing her tail. "The next time. If you ever put a hand on me again, I'll kill you."
She points at Paul. "Daddy, do something."
Mary, Betsy's mother looks at Paul. "Thank you young man, I think she's needed that for some time."
Robert, Betsy's father looks at Mary his wife. "She's needed it, I think you've needed a firm hand for some time, my dear."
Mary turns and looks at her husband, her hand has also gravitated over her backside. "You wouldn't dare."
Robert removes his coat and rolls up his sleeve. "Oh my dear but I would and I think now is as good a time as ever. Betsy can see that just because one gets spanked by a man doesn't mean that he doesn't love you."
Mary turns around quickly and looks at her husband. "Robert Dean don't you dare."
He walks over and grabs Mary by the arm pulling her over to a couch and sits down. She tries to stand up, but can't. His left arm is holding her over his knee. He raises his hand in the air and before anyone knows what's happening Paul puts a hairbrush in his hand. "Perhaps this will help Mr. Dean. I know my hand wouldn’t hurt as much if I'd have used it."
Robert looks to Paul. "Thank you my boy."
"Robert Noooooo." Crack. "OOOOOO." Crack. "OOOOOO. Oh god, let me up this second." Crack. "OOOOOO." Crack. "OOOOOO. Oh, it hurts." Crack. "OOOOOO." Crack. "OOOOOO."
Mary isn't crying, just screeching in pain and sniffling. Unknown to everyone else her girdle is absorbing most of the blows. It stings just the tiniest bit. It's more humiliating than painful.
The hairbrush seems to have found the proper mark. The pain is starting to swell a bit. It hurts more than ever.
Crack. "Yeeeeeeowch." Crack. "Yeeeeeeowch. Oh stop this Robert. I'm going to have trouble sitting."
"Yes mother, so am I." Betsy puts in her two cents worth. Betsy is still rubbing her sore backside.
Crack. "Yeeeeeeowch." Crack. "Yeeeeeeowch." Crack. "Yeeeeeeowch."
Robert stops spanking his wife and lets her up. Like Betsy before her she shoots up rubbing her bottom. Trying to rub the sting out.
Robert looks at Mary and Betsy. "Now lady's what say the four of us go out to dinner."
Both women say at the same time. "No, I don't think I'll be able to sit through an entire meal. What say we eat at home, then I can stand up and eat."