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New Release: Lethal Ladies Collection Triple Feature DVD

24 August 2011 8:11 AM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Release Date: Oct. 25, 2011

Price: DVD $24.97

Studio: Shout! Factory

Jillian Kesner makes it hurt in Firecracker.

The Lethal Ladies Collection honors the strongest and sexiest celluloid heroines who kicked ass in the 1970s. If you saw any of these movies back then, it was probably in a drive-in or at a broken down theater on the outskirts of town…

The DVD set is a triple feature of action-crime-thriller grindhouse film favorites from Shout! Factory’s “Roger Corman Cult Classics” imprint.

The titles included in the set, all three R-rated and offering sizable portions of violence and nudity, are:

Firecracker (1981): The story of female karate champion Susanne Carter (Jillian Kesner), who’s in the Phillipines searching for her missing sister. She stumbles on a drug cartel and a tournament of no-holds-barred fights to the death . Directed by genre specialist Cirio H. Santiago (She Devils in Chains), the film co-stars Vic Diaz »

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