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Killers Three (1968)

M | | Crime, Drama | November 1968 (USA)
Two backwoods North Carolinians (Robert Walker, Jr., and Dick Clark, who also produced) rob a bootlegger's safe, kill several people in the process, and head for California with Walker's ... See full summary »

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Johnny Warder
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Carol Warder
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Roger
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Guthrie
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Elvira Sweeney
Tony York ...
Tony
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Charlie
Bonnie Owens ...
Singer
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Bates
Beach Dickerson ...
Scotty
Jerry Petty ...
R.C.
Clint Stringer ...
Sheriff Homer Brown
William Alspaugh ...
Lester Meed
Douglas Barger ...
Felix
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Tommy Hull
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Two backwoods North Carolinians (Robert Walker, Jr., and Dick Clark, who also produced) rob a bootlegger's safe, kill several people in the process, and head for California with Walker's wife (Diane Varsi). Merle Haggard appears as a sheriff and sings the title song and "Mama Tried." Written by alfiehitchie

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Gun-Blasting Boot-Leg Action! See more »

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November 1968 (USA)  »

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De 3 Killers  »

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Trivia

In 1972, American International Pictures distributed this film on a double bill with Boxcar Bertha (1972) starring Barbara Hershey and David Carradine. See more »

Crazy Credits

Dick Clark's name is spelled in lower case letters in the opening credits. See more »

Connections

Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 2 (1996) See more »

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Tears Instead Of Cheers
Performed by Dick Curless
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One of the best worst movies of all time. Treat yourself to a viewing - and don't forget to temporarily suspend your media-honed disbelief.
21 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie has more going for it than a B grade script and a bunch of B grade actors. It's got swamps and hillbilly types who look like they came straight to the set without stopping off first at make-up. Diane Varsi is an X-rated, truly titillating Daisy Mae type who holds nothing back from the camera, or from Robert Walker Jr. The scenes of violence are almost accidentally realistic and moving. It's as if the director, writer, and cast were drinking with Sam Peckinpah and Robert Aldrich every day after filming. As the movie progresses, and the plot spins out, the characters seem to all gather a mix of momentum and resignation which effectively adds to the miasmic, depressive swamp-like feeling of the movie.

Some movies are just bad. This movie is bad, and it's good, and it's so bad it's often good. Like Dick Clark on acid (or moonshine)!


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