EDITOR’S NOTE: I’m winding down Cannon Month 2 with the films of 21st Century before Menahem Golan got the company. This was originally on the site on May 26, 2021. 21st Century got this movie when they bought out the original Dimension Films and re-released it on a double bill with Cheering Section in 1981 and then on VHS under the Continental Video label.
“She’s a vixen — watch her operate.”
Dr. Carol Evans (Edy Williams!) keeps having these short affairs but they leave her unsatisfied. She’s just dumped her latest boyfriend (William Smith!) but ends up injuring two kids — David (Harvey Jason) and Brian (Randy Boone) — who somehow end up falling for her. There’s also the bulldozer death of her husband to deal with and a blackmailer as well. And yeah, Smith is not pleased at all that she’s sleeping with a teenager.
But yeah. Most people just watched this to gawk at Edy Williams.
Director Howard Avedis loved making movies about older women deflowering teenage boys. This is also 1975, so get ready for a bleak ending! I think by the 80’s, Avedis figured out how to make thrillers that really thrilled. But here, he’s doing what he can to entertain the audience.
Dr. Minx was Avedis’s follow-up to The Teacher (1974), which starred Jay “Dennis the Menace” North. He also released the Adam West-starring The Specialist in 1975 and followed that with Connie Stevens in Scorchy (1976).