Carrie, Mitzie, and Chicago get in trouble a lot in the women's prison, but are offered early parolement if they agree to become subjects of a study on human aggression and antisocial behavior at a Kansas City college. Dr. Blalock, the professor in charge of the study, is accepting money under the table from a shady government contact to use an experimental drug on the women. The drug induces the same hostile behavior the doctor is supposedly trying to cure, and after a while the women have a hard time conducting themselves in a civil manner. Carrie begins figuring out the scam and must rely on Blalock's son to help her. Written by
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Did You Know?
Randall Dale Adams and David Harris saw this movie at a Dallas drive-in on November 28, 1976 - it was the first of a double header followed by "The Swinging Cheerleaders." Both mentioned their attendance in alibis while being investigated for the murder of Officer Robert W. Wood. Adams' eventual conviction was the subject of the movie "The Thin Blue Line." See more
When Mitzi stumbles away from the police, just before climbing the fire escape, the shadows of the camera man, crew and equipment are visible on the wall. See more
Sit down, John, leave me alone. I'm trying to speak for you. I'm trying to speak for all of you. I am the student body!
Referenced in The Thin Blue Line