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The Defilers (1965)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | 1 October 1965 (USA)
Two young thugs kidnap a young girl and keep her in the basement of an old warehouse where they forcibly make her their sex slave.

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(as R.L. Frost), (uncredited)
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Carl Walker Jr.
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Jameison Marsh
Mai Jansson ...
Jane Collins
Carol Dark ...
Ellen
Linda Cochran ...
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Sandra Sinclair ...
Joanna's Friend (as Sandy Sind)
Mimi Marlowe ...
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Carl Walker Jr, and Jameison Marsh are two wealthy and spoiled young men whom date and degrade women just for their own twisted, misogynist enjoyment. When the men spot Jane Collins, a young and naive newcomer to Los Angeles, they kidnap her from her apartment and hold her prisoner in the dark and damp basement of an abandoned warehouse where they take out their carnal desires and rages against this beautiful, blond, defenseless woman. Written by matt-282

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1 October 1965 (USA)  »

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Les profanateurs  »

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$11,000 (estimated)
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Director Lee Frost's apartment can be seen at the start of the movie. See more »

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As Carl and Jameison drive away after dropping Jane off in the Valley a boom microphone shadow is plainly visible on the car and road. See more »

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Decent mid-60's sleazo exploitation flick!
16 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

Saw this on DVD (along with SCUM OF THE EARTH) and was actually expecting it to be even sleazier after reading about it. The main character is a complete sociopath but this was fairly well-made. Good music some of the time and the acting was decent, especially Byron Mabe (who directed some films). The lead girl looked perfect and was completely believable (not from acting; just being the type). A 5 out of 10. Best performance = Byron Mabe.

This would have been completely unwatchable in color, but B/W lends itself to this kind of material. The barbarous freedom of the two young men is pretty frightening (especially in '65). I've seen a number of 60's "exploitation" flicks and this one scores some points (acting, mood, cinematography) and slightly better than most. THE AGONY OF LOVE is one of the better ones with Pat Barrington.


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