From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Sylvia (1977, USA) is a Sexploitation film directed by Peter Savage (as Armand Peters)
- Released in 1977
- Runtime: 92 min
- Rated: X
- Distribution Co.: La Prisma Films (Italy) (theatrical) | Rochelle Films (1979) (USA) (theatrical) (as A Saint...a Woman...a Devil)
- Directed by Peter Savage (as Armand Peters)
- Assistant Director: William Lustig (uncredited)
- Written by Peter Savage (as Armand Peters)
- Starring: Marc Stevens, Sonny Landham, Helen Madigan (as Heather Madigan)
- Produced by Peter Savage (as Armand Peters)
- Original Music by Horace Díaz (as Horace Diaz)
- Cinematography by (uncredited)
- Film Editing by (uncredited)
- Sylvia is seemingly a quiet, reserved, saintly person living on a quiet, reserved well-manicured street in upper-middle class suburbia. However, Sylvia is hiding a secret - she has a multiple promiscuous personality disorder. However, one of her other persona's is about to cross the line.
Also Known As
- A Saint, a Woman, a Devil (USA) (alternative title)
- Sessualita Pornografica (Italy)
- A TRUE IN-DEPTH STUDY OF MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES
- Joanna Fields, star of "A SAINT...A WOMAN...A DEVIL" has since completion of film been institutionalized...claims her involvement in role causative factor...
- WANTED: JOANNA FIELDS ESCAPEE FROM NEW YORK STATE HOSPITAL FOR MENTALLY DISTURBED
- more sexually disturbed than "Sybil"... more faces than "The Three Faces of Eve"
- A True In-Depth Study of Multiple Personalities
- In Blazing Color!