As this film opens, a narrator reveals, "The four women in this photoplay could have had a legal abortion. None of them chose to do so. The desire of these women to keep their acts of abortion secret caused them to secure the services of an illegal abortionist." Helluva way to start an erotic movie, eh?
We could understand if this were a '50s sexploitation flick a la Dan Sonney or Dave Friedman, and it's almost early enough to be one - but no, Four Women in Trouble is supposed to turn people on, and it dramatically fails to do so.
Consider the sex scenes: One rape (albeit non-violent), one seduction of a retarded gal by her brother, one "first date mistake" and one "seduction by delivery boy," none of which are shown very explicitly. Finally, all the (pregnant) gals wind up at Dr. John Holmes' abortion clinic, and he has pre-op sex with two of them because, "It's not gonna make any difference, right"?
This is the sort of movie that gave early porn a bad name.
Retailing: You pays your money and you takes your chances on this interesting anomaly.