Daddys Little Girls


Indifference is probably the most damaging emotion, or lack of emotion, anyone can allow to exist. Who was it who said, “Love me or hate me, but for God’s sake don’t ignore me!” And the most destructive of all types of indifference is parental indifference. That this can have a profound effect for the worse on an individual is just now being realized by psychologists who are probing our nation’s steadily increasing crime rate. So many of the kids who turn to lives of crime have an inadequate home life; one parent, usually the father, is often missing, while the remaining parent may actually be unconcerned by the child’s problems or, just as important, may seem indifferent because of the need to be absent from the home for work or other reasons. Whatever the reasons, an ignored child becomes mischievous, doing more and more outrageous things in an attempt to gain attention from the parents he thinks have scorned him.

In DADDY’S LITTLE GIRLS we have just such a child in Ellen Johnston. And with the typical fascination of the adolescent girl-child for the man of the house, Ellen concentrates all her whiles on her father. That she is more intelligent and precocious than most children only serves to make her games more intricate and to widen the circle of her conquests from her own boyfriend to her father, then to her older sister and her sister’s boyfriend.

  • Model: MM94885
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 03 June, 2015.

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