Baby Love is a 1968 British drama film, directed by Alastair Reid and starring Ann Lynn, Keith Barron, Linda Hayden and Diana Dors.
The film tells the story of a schoolgirl who seduces her adoptive family after her mother commits suicide.
Reid went on to work in television, while Linda Hayden, who was only 15 at the time of filming, went on to star in sexploitation movies, notably two of the films in the Confessions series, Confessions of a Window Cleaner (1974) and Confessions from a Holiday Camp (1977).
Running Time: 93 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: R
Most of the films about "Swinging London' celebrated the joys and colors of the time. "Baby Love", while it was made during the heyday of "Swinging London", deals with the story of an adolescent girl called Luci, and London serves just a background for Luci and the other characters around her. The characters and their environment are portrayed with a documentary feel - they are shown in a realistic way.
Linda Hayden - Luci Thompson
Ann Lynn - Amy Quayle
Keith Barron - Robert Quayle
Diana Dors - Liz Thompson
Derek Lamden - Nicholas 'Nick' Quayle
Patience Collier - Mrs. Carmichael
Dick Emery - Harry Pearson