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The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington

 

The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington

The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington
Movie Poster
Directed by William A. Levey
Produced by William A. Levey
Written by Bob Kaufman
Story by Barney Cohen
Starring Joey Heatherton
George Hamilton
Music by Don Elliott
Cinematography Robert Caramico
Edited by Larry Marinelli
Distributed by Cannon Films
Release dates
  • July 15, 1977 (1977-07-15)
Running time 89 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Happy Hooker goes to Washington is a 1977 comedy film directed by William A. Levey. It was the sequel to The Happy Hooker, which was released in 1975. Joey Heatherton replaced Lynn Redgrave as the lead character of Xaviera Hollander.

The film's tagline was, "She served her country... the only way she knew how!"

Joe E. Ross, Larry Storch and Rip Taylor are among the celebrities who make cameos.

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Principal cast 2
  • Additional information 3
  • External links 4

Plot

World famous prostitute Hollander is called to testify in front of the United States Congress.

Principal cast

Actor Role
Joey Heatherton Xaviera Hollander
George Hamilton Ward Thompson
Ray Walston Sen. Sturges
Billy Barty C.I.A. agent
Harold Sakata Wong
Edy Williams Professor Simmons
Cisse Cameron Miss Goodbody

Additional information

This film was also released under the following titles:

  • En Washington los senadores están calientes - Spain
  • Happy Hooker Vai a Washington - Brazil
  • Xaviera Washingtonissa - Finland

External links


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