Harassed (1964 film)

Directed by Alberto Dubois
Produced by Emilio Spitz
Written by Alberto Dubois
Starring Libertad Leblanc
Néstor Zavarce
June Roberts
Music by Amadeo Monjes
Cinematography Ignacio Souto
Edited by Rosalino Caterbeti
Distributed by Gloria Films
Release dates
10 September 1964
Running time
70 minutes
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

Harassed, also known as The Exploiteers or The Pink Pussy: Where Sin Lives, (Spanish: Acosada), is a 1964 Argentine psychological sexual drama film directed and written by Alberto Dubois. The film starred Libertad Leblanc and Néstor Zavarce.


An attractive songstress (Libertad Leblanc) lands herself a performing contract and leaves her home in Buenos Aires. She travels to Venezuela, and when arriving in Caracas, she soon discovers that her contract is a hoax made by a major drug baron. She finds that she is knee-deep in trouble herself and must be careful if she is to get out of her predicament in one piece in this 70-minute sexually oriented action feature from Argentina.

Release and acclaim

The film premiered on 10 September 1964 in Buenos Aires.[1] The film was produced and distributed by Gloria Films. However it was not until 1 June 1966 that the film premiered in the USA in Champaign, Illinois. In the USA the film was dubbed in the English language and distributed by Cambist Films.



  1. "Acosada" (in Spanish). Cinenacional.com. Retrieved 31 May 2014.

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