Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Marketed as an "exploitation" film in 1963, Wild is My Love is sedate stuff when seen today. Elizabeth MacRae stars as Queenie, a striptease artist who gets mixed up with three male college students. Ben (Paul Hampton) falls for Queenie in a big way, while Aga (Ray Fulmer) and Zero (Bob Alexander) try to get their minds on other things. All sorts of misadventures await the collegiate trio before the fall semester begins. Fairly well acted, Wild is My Love is a cut above the usual grind-house fare.
love, wild [undomesticated]