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While the character is already much improved, Edmund’s high social status makes certain elements of his personality difficult to enjoy—eventually his cutting asides will mainly be aimed towards those making his life difficult (or those who don’t notice), but here his bullying of the cretinous messenger is mean-spirited, an attack on a servant just doing his job.
Fortunately this power dynamic doesn’t come up frequently, as the bulk of Edmund’s scenes are shared with the King, Prince Harry, or Percy and Baldrick.
It was followed by lesser films: It starred 25 year old Donna Wilkes in the title role as an innocent-faced, flat-chested, pig-tailed teen prep school student named Molly Stewart/Angel who was abandoned by her parents and masqueraded as a Hollywood, Lolita-like prostitute and vigilante (against a necrophilic, raw-egg sucking serial killer (John Diehl) dressed like a Hare Krishna).
Angel was protected by well-meaning, off-beat street eccentrics, including paternal transvestite hooker Mae (Dick Shawn), her foul-mouthed bull dyke landlady Solly Mosler (Susan Tyrell), and B-movie actor-turned-street-roaming cowboy Kit Carson (Rory Calhoun).
The main character of the erotic thriller was pretty femme fatale nymphet Chris (Valerie Kaprisky), a sexually-fixated, vixenish female who was symbolically compared to a stinging jellyfish with a fatal sting. She reasoned about how he could use the date as an alibi: "You could use this as an alibi... "She follows me, tracks me down, owns me, snubs me. " He dismissed her without answering directly: "You don't interest me. [She knew that he had a history of sensitivity to stings and anaphylactic shock.] She decided to become "Salome" by performing a dance in front of him: "If you call me Salome, I must be her type." She stripped down completely naked, turned on boom-box music, and shook her breasts at him.