Born Innocent (1974)
Born Innocent, originally telecast September 9, 1974, concerns the plight of a teenaged reform-school inmate, played by Linda Blair in her first important post-Exorcist role. Committed for being a habitual runaway, Blair is, for all her surface toughness, unworldly and naÔve. All this changes in the reformatory, with Blair rapidly becoming as hard, callous, and irredeemable as her fellow detentionees. Even upon her probationary release, she shows no sign of being "cured" by her incarceration. The film's most notorious scene -- Blair's rape by broom-handle -- was all the more horrifying because there was no pre-show warning issued by the network. So disturbing was the sequence that it was removed from all subsequent network telecasts of Born Innocent. … More
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Linda Blair has always been more likeable than what her talent, or lack thereof, should allow her to be, and ''Born Innocent'' is no exception. The film is a laughable cheesefest from beginning to end with no overtly dramatic plot points left unturned, but Blair's character arch is competent enough to care for her and keep watching.More
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