|Der alte Graf und seine Superbienen West Germany, VFL, 71 mins. Dangerous Passion US title, VCA release, 64 mins|
|Notes:||Les Films Hustaix, soft (89 mins. on film) and hard versions, French video release (Nord Video, soft version, 83 mins) 1981, full version 91 mins|
Female names in the credits are: Ellen Earl, Claudia Zante, France Quénie, Lily (with the last being Lydia Carol, these are all present and recognised), Francine Collos, Céline Lemont, Danou (presumed to refer to Danièle Gely), Georgia and Sandra Miller. Le Dictionnaire says that Danou plays Dany and Céline Lemont plays Joselle, but these names could not be made out in the dialogue. Incl;uding the invalid old lady there are six unidentified females in the French soft version (five in the American hard version), and Le Dictionnaire also mentions the name Jacqueline Bergin, which does not appear in the credits.
The credit scene (original version) is taken from Edith, Hustaix’s first film. We can see the leading female character (of Edith) being chased by three young men through a fairground. Next Greg Masters is seen coming from the fair with a few prizes in his arms (information from skin flick).