Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Babysitter is an ultra-cheap exploitation feature aimed at the drive-in circuit. Patricia Wymer, who is cast in this film for two important reasons, plays a seductive baby-sitter who takes a job at the home of a powerful district attorney. She goes to work on the D.A., then holds him up for blackmail money. This is the sort of film where the principal source of entertainment lies in the number of times the actors flub their lines, and the frequency with which one can spot the microphone boom. Of negligible entertainment value, The Babysitter made a great deal of money, thanks to an aggressive TV ad campaign.
blackmail, babysitter, District-Attorney, Lolita, seduction, extramarital-affair, youth