Director Arthur Marks | 1972 | Action / Thriller | English | 105 Min
Tiffany Bolling (The Centerfold Girls) and Robin Mattson (All My Children) deliver eye-popping performances as small town sisters who murder their pervert stepfather and flee to the big city, where they’ll tangle with horny private eyes, predatory lesbians, $400,000 in stolen mob money, and a bantering pair of black and white hitmen (Alex Rocco of The Godfather and Timothy Brown of Nashville) that historians cite as a key inspiration for Pulp Fiction. Steve Sandor (The Ninth Configuration), famed tough-guy actor Scott Brady (Jonny Guitar) and Sharon Gless (in her film debut) co-star in this notorious ‘drive-in noir’ from writer/director Arthur Marks (Detroit 9000, Bucktown).
“Not only is it a drive-in classic, it can also be considered important in American film history.”
–The Unknown Movies Page
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