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Girl in Gold Boots
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Leighton J. Peatman (screenplay) &
Art Names (screenplay) ...
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She Murdered for Fame, but the Price Tag Was Too Much! See more »
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A girl tries to become the top star in the glamorous world of Go-Go Dancing. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Jody Daniels ... Finley 'Critter' Jones (as Jody Daniel)

Leslie McRay ... Michele Casey (as Leslie McRae)
Tom Pace ... Buz Nichols
Mark Herron ... Leo McCabe
Bara Byrnes ... Joanie Nichols
William Bagdad ... Marty

Victor Izay ... Mr. Casey
Harry Lovejoy ... Harry Blatz
James Victor ... Joey
Rod Wilmoth ... Officer
Chris Howard ... Chris
Mike Garrison ... Station Attendant
Michael Derrick ... Car Attendant
Sheila Roberts ... Store Clerk
Dennis Childs ... Jail Inmate
Duke Graham ... Motorcyclist
Jerry Ambler ... Motorcyclist
Anne McAnn ... Waitress
Genji ... Cocktail Waitress
Preston Epps ... Bongo drummer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rafael Campos ... (uncredited)
Maria Kibbe ... Gold Boot Girl Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
Ted V. Mikels 
 
Writing credits
Leighton J. Peatman (screenplay) &
Art Names (screenplay) (as Arthur A. Names) &
John T. Wilson (screenplay)

Produced by
Joe Andary .... associate producer
Ted V. Mikels .... producer
 
Original Music by
Nicholas Carras 
 
Cinematography by
Robert Maxwell (director of photography) (as Bob Maxwell)
 
Film Editing by
Leo H. Shreve  (as Leo Shreve)
 
Makeup Department
Gen Mikels .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Rod Wilmoth .... production manager
 
Sound Department
John Hopkins .... sound recordist
Sam Kopetzky .... sound recordist
Clark Will .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James M. Farquharson .... assistant camera
Jack May .... assistant camera
James McEwen .... still photographer
Phil Miller .... gaffer (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nora Maxwell .... wardrobe
 
Music Department
Nicholas Carras .... conductor
Alfred Eisert .... musician: harmonica
Lester Matousek .... musician: harmonica
Tommy Morgan .... musician: harmonica
Danny Walton .... musician: harmonica
 
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James Kelly .... script supervisor (as Jim Kelly)
 

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94 min | USA:108 min (original release)
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Germany:18 (SPIO/JK) | USA:R

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When the bikers are chasing the main characters after pouring beer on their bikes, everything looks very blue. Though that can be achieved with light filters and gels, this particular scene was shot outdoors with indoor film, which is not color-balanced for sunlight, causing everything to look blue.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Leo McCabe demands that Buzz give up his weapon, Buzz asks "Give you what?" in Critter's voice.See more »
Quotes:
Michele Casey:Leo says I'm really going places. Just because he deals in dope, that doesn't tarnish me.
Critter:Oh, that's what you think, baby. Tarnish isn't a strong enough word for what he'll do to you. Try "corrode" for size.
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Soundtrack:
Do You Want to Laugh or CrySee more »

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Golden Boots I'm A Gonna Wear, Cuz They Look So Neat, 21 November 2008
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

If Offbeat Cinema hasn't grabbed Girl In Gold Boots for one of their late evenings roasts than they are not doing their job in finding some of the worst cinema put on celluloid. This must have been a great second feature in the drive-ins in 1968 when people were getting down to something else.

On That Seventies Show one of the funniest lines I ever heard was from pretty and vapid Mila Kunis who said that nothing was ever going to get in the way of her ambition to becoming a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader. That same sense of purpose exists with our leading lady Leslie McRae who dreams of going out to Los Angeles and becoming a go-go dancer. It certainly beat slinging hash in that New Mexico diner with her drunken father. When Tom Pace comes into her life saying he's going to LA where his sister does just that, McRae hears enough and jumps in the car with him. Along the way they pickup another wandering stranger Jody Daniels and the three of them are off to Tinseltown after Pace robs a filling station.

They find Pace's sister, a drugged out dancer working for club owner Mark Herron who's got his fingers in a lot enterprises, mostly illegal. Pace doesn't really care about his sister, he just sees opportunity for himself and McRae gets hired as a new dancer and Daniels becomes a club janitor. Herron indicates that Daniels could do better for himself with him and you can take that any number of ways.

The film is one sorry mess, lousy sound recording, inane plot, totally bogus climax to this piece of drama. If you recognize the name of Mark Herron it will be because you remember who was Judy Garland's fourth husband. Mark wasn't doing that great before he married Judy, and when she cut him loose this was the best his meager talent could get.

Oh and the music is bad Sixties music and the acting on the level of some of my grade school plays. When will Offbeat Cinema be showing Girl In Gold Boots?

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