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Rick Sloane (written by)
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Brash and gutsy stripper Bettina and mousy secretary Jeannie are framed for a murder they didn't commit... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Renée Estevez ... Jeannie
Julia Parton ... Betina

Christopher Knight ... Montana

Mary Woronov ... Wilamena
Dan Wildman ... Cody
Kevin Fox ... Curtis

Don Yanan ... Wiltern
Evan R. Press ... Detective John (as Nick Donanth)
Rico Constantino ... Manny (as Rico Costantino)
Aldo Juliano ... Slug (as Al Juliano)

Tamara Clatterbuck ... Effie (as Tami Bakke)
Marc Hart ... Calvin
Gwen Somers ... Bimbo Betina
Veronica Carothers ... Bimbo Jeannie
Elizabeth Kaitan ... TV Announcer

Craig Richards ... TV Boss
Rebecca Rocheford Davies ... Lulu (as Rebecca Rocheford)
Dee Hengstler ... Rosie

Honey Lauren ... Lolita (as Honey Smax)
Jayne Hamil ... Prison Warden
Ingrid Vold ... Prison Guard

Allie Raye ... Jeannie's Cellmate (as Alyssa Rai Lyons)
Stephen Charles ... Rowdy Drunk

Susan Allison ... Waitress (as Susan J. Allison)
Lenny Rose ... Judge
Roy Schneider ... Fainting Man
Chris Taylor ... Underage Boy
Kathy Tobey ... Club Dancer
Kim Harris ... Club Dancer
Tammy Kohlschmidt ... Club Dancer
Laura Huffman ... Hooker
Kathleen Stevens ... Hooker (as Cathleen Stevens)
Emily Singer ... Prison Lover
Jill Mooney ... Prison Lover
Boyd Jeffery ... Police Officer
Michael Cunningham ... Police Officer
Jeremy Kerns ... Police Officer
Hunter Cressall ... Police Officer (as Hunter Cressal)

Directed by
Rick Sloane 
 
Writing credits
Rick Sloane (written by)

Produced by
Rick Sloane .... producer
 
Original Music by
Alan DerMarderosian 
 
Cinematography by
Robert Hayes (director of photography) (as Bob Hayes)
 
Film Editing by
Rick Sloane 
 
Casting by
Patrick Hediger 
 
Art Direction by
Scott Buckwald 
 
Makeup Department
David Fields .... hair stylist
James Higgins .... makeup assistant
Amy L. Taylor .... key makeup artist (as Amy Snyder)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
E.G. Gonyaw .... first assistant director
Melissa Roldan .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Hunter Cressall .... set dresser (as Hunter Cressal)
Jared Fleury .... property master
 
Sound Department
Reginald Bryant .... boom operator
Michael Bunckley .... sound recordist
Aldo Juliano .... foley artist (as Al Juliano)
Emily Singer .... foley artist
 
Special Effects by
Kevin McCarthy .... special effects: Players Special Effects
 
Visual Effects by
Mark Corzine .... optical camera
David Hayes .... optical line-up (as Dave Hayes)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Ahrens .... best boy grip
Michael G. Aronson .... second assistant camera (as Michael Aronson)
Don Corl .... grip electric
Bill Daimant .... key grip (as Bill Daimont)
Jim 'Tomcat' Downing .... best boy electric
David Kiser .... loader
Magdalene Kispal .... still photographer (as Maggie Kispal)
Brian Pass .... first assistant camera
Drew Stotesberry .... grip (as S. Drew Stotesbery)
 
Casting Department
Lorelei Bush .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Martin Diekhoff .... assistant editor
Rick Mitchell .... additional editor
 
Music Department
Alan DerMarderosian .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Steve Arcabascio .... driver
David Welle .... driver
 
Other crew
Penny Cooper .... caterer (as Pennie Cooper)
Linda Fasulo .... production assistant
Liz Graham .... script supervisor (as Liz Kay-Graham)
Bill Gustafson .... production assistant
Boyd Jeffery .... production assistant
The Not Ready for Theatrical Players .... additional voices (as The Not Ready For Theatrical Players)
Lisa Rofail .... production coordinator
Chris Taylor .... production assistant
Monty Thomulka .... picture cars: Memory Lane Automotive
Daniel Yeager .... production assistant
 

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89 min
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South Korea:18 (video premiere) | USA:Unrated

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Quotes:
Wilamena:[looking at the knocked-out man] Well, you may be able to overpower my partner. But you are certainly no match for me...
Betina:Famous last words if I ever heard 'em.
[attacks her]
Wilamena:Ow, ow, ooh, ooh... You bitch... Ow, ow...
Betina:You need to speak to me with more respect than that.
Wilamena:I'm going to give you a spanking...
[twists Bettina around by the neck; they tumble on some card boxes and are strangling each other; Bettina dizzies her with a punch]
Betina:Jeannie, you want to take the last shot?
Jeannie:Oh, no. I can't...
Betina:Sure you can. Come on, do it once and prove it to yourself.
[...]
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
A delightful surprise, 7 September 2008
Author: Woodyanders (Woodyanders@aol.com) from The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Brash and gutsy stripper Bettina (a marvelously tart and spirited performance by the gorgeous and vivacious Julia Parton) and mousy secretary Jeannie (sweetly played by the pretty Renee Estevez) are framed for a murder they didn't commit. They go on the lam in a red convertible with half a million dollars in cash money in a briefcase. Various folks on both sides of the law give hot pursuit. Writer/director Rick Sloane, a filmmaker whose wildly uneven cinematic oeuvre includes the notoriously dreadful "Gremlins" rip-off "Hobgoblins" and the crudely amusing "Vice Academy" flicks, here displays a startling light touch and sensitivity that's grossly lacking in his other movies: the sassy'n'sexy lead characters are smart, charming and appealing individuals who help each other out (Jeannie regains her self-esteem while Bettina gets her self-respect back), the pace is constantly snappy throughout, the tone remains breezy and likable from start to finish, and there are even a few unexpected poignant moments. Parton and Estevez display a wholly engaging loose and easy on-screen chemistry; they receive fine support from Christopher Knight (Peter Brady on "The Brady Bunch") as Jeannie's jerky detective ex-boyfriend Montana, Mary Woronov as formidable crime kingpin Wilamena LaRue, Dan Wildman as affable, sympathetic police officer Cody, and Tamara Clatterbuck as Bettina's loyal gal pal Effie. Popping up in cool cameos are "Vice Academy" series regulars Elizabeth Kaitan as a ditsy tabloid TV show announcer and Jayne Hamil as a mean prison warden. The bright cinematography by Robert Hayes gives the picture an impressively polished look while Alan DerMarderosian's neatly rocking score hits the groovy spot. Best of all, the luscious Parton not only performs a couple of sizzling striptease numbers, but also heartily belts out two excellent songs as well. A lovely little sleeper.

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