Two UCLA coeds have engine trouble in a small Southern town. When they spurn the local sheriff's advances he arranges for them to be taken to the women's prison on trivial charges (the ...
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Two UCLA coeds have engine trouble in a small Southern town. When they spurn the local sheriff's advances he arranges for them to be taken to the women's prison on trivial charges (the judge is a cousin), where they must endure atrocities at the hands of the administrators of the prison and the prison guards. Written by
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This made-for-TV movie was released outside the USA in a more explicit version, proving to be an especially huge hit in China. The film's success in China was so substantial that star Deborah Raffin became the unofficial ambassador from Hollywood to China; she arranged meetings between Hollywood luminaries and Chinese leaders and filmmakers to get Chinese films distributed in America and American films released in China. Moreover, Raffin was nominated for an Emmy for her performance in the picture. See more »
My God man! Your either a Damn fool or a sex maniac! One of these days your going to make more trouble then I can get you out of.
Now what are you getting all riled for? 30 days of sowing on the farm they'll be happy enough to leave town without making a sound. Besides they had it coming, Cousin.
Don't Cousin me you Jackass!
Anything you say Cousin.
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Women's prison films are a dime a dozen. Hollywood has been churning them out for years...and they continue to get made, proving there's a built-in audience for this low-brow genre, which inevitably includes catfights, rape behind bars, lesbian guards, women used for sex and that old standby, prisoner inspection time! Two mouthy-but-innocent college girls from UCLA, joyriding across America, get railroaded into a prison work farm in the south by a sadistic sheriff. TV-made potboiler (spiced up with nudity, an extra touch of sadism and clumsily dubbed-in foul language for its overseas release) benefits from a surprisingly decent cast, including Chuck Connors, Robert Reed, Tina Louise, Della Reese, as well as Deborah Raffin and Lynne Moody as the central twosome who eventually plot their escape after being pawed at endlessly. Raffin is especially good begging a frightened waitress for help, but this is ungainly, unpleasant material, exploitation at its most sleazy.
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