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Swamp Women (1956)

An undercover policewoman helps three female convicts escape from prison so that they can lead her to a stash of stolen diamonds hidden in a swamp.

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Police Lt. Lee Hampton (as Carole Matthews)
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Charlie the Pickpocket
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A plucky police woman infiltrates a group of hardened female criminals who are planning to break jail and retrieve their loot of diamonds from its swampy hiding place. Complications arise when the women abduct Connors and begin fighting each other. Written by Steven Otte <flagator@gate.net>

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Made in 22 days. See more »

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The side of the swimming pool is clearly visible during the alligator fight. See more »

Quotes

Billie: [digging for diamonds] Ouch! I busted the only nail I had left!
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In this, the second movie for Edwin (Ed) Nelson, he is listed in the credits as "Edward Nelson." See more »

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Ragin' Cajun
5 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Only Roger Corman could get the most out of a rented dinghy, access to a small area of swamp and New Orleans stock footage. Man...these cool chicks are very groovy as they put the "touch" on Conners. Not really a laugh-out-loud-so-bad-it's-good kinda film, but bad enough to keep you with it to the bad-girl end. The "action" is paced well enough and the cast is near-perfect B-movie/drive-in stuff. The 50's style denim hot-pants are "prison issue" and with the tied-shirt halter tops they're all ready to wrestle. Poor Touch (Mike) Conners...he has to spend half the film with his hands tied behind his back. But that only makes it necessary for the girls to do all the heavy lifting as they plod through the swamp and pull the boat through the shallows. It's "African Queen" meets "Gator Girls" complete with diamonds, booze, guns, a homemade spear and an alligator that can't float. Holy cow!


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