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The Deadly Females (1976)

Joan (Tracy Reed) is uncrowned queen of a generation of gorgeous women who take time off their regular day jobs to earn extra income as paid assassins.

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Joan
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Roger
Scott Fredericks ...
Mark
Heather Chasen ...
Frances
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Tony
Roy Purcell ...
Sir Charles
Jean Harrington ...
Mary Adams
Olivia Munday ...
Diana
Jean Rimmer ...
Elizabeth
Raymond Young ...
Michael
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Amber ...
Keith
Graham Ashley ...
Benny
Nicholas Barnes ...
Simon
Rose Burton ...
Gillian (as Rosemary Burton)
Sally Faulkner ...
Carol
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Joan (Tracy Reed) is uncrowned queen of a generation of gorgeous women who take time off their regular day jobs to earn extra income as paid assassins.

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November 1976 (UK)  »

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Roger: I didn't expect a...
Joan: A woman? Why not a woman? Women are far more unscrupulous than men.
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Deadly Boring Females
30 April 2001 | by (Hollywood, USA) – See all my reviews

In this film, the titular Deadly Females like to have tea, chat, stand and sit. Oh yes, they also kill people in some of the the most unspectacularly boring scenes I've ever witnessed. Just stultifyingly bad cinema.

I really dislike those kinds of reviews on IMDb that sort of yell at me in all capital letters "never [to] see this movie!!!" or some such, because often these reviewers are straight-up morons who don't really know what they're talking about--but I've never been more tempted to join the capital-letter yellers in my life.


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