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Platinum Pussycat (1968)

The Losers (original title)
| Action, Romance, Thriller
Dena and the Baron battle gangsters on the streets of downtown Cleveland in a quest for $100,000, leading to many murders, double crosses and a final foot chase.
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Cast overview:
Sandra Ann Roberts ...
Dena Miller (as Sandy Roberts)
Jeff Baker ...
Mike
Miles Mutchler ...
Samuel Hart
Helen Murray ...
Florence Hart
Walter Honcharenko
Carl Reese
Melody Matousek
Deborah Trapp
Emma Bruno
Don Cost
Doc Nemo
Red Cooper
Bill Middleton
Bob Wells
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Dena and the Baron battle gangsters on the streets of downtown Cleveland in a quest for $100,000, leading to many murders, double crosses and a final foot chase.

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The monochrome film is presented in a variety of tints, including pink, blue and red in the manner of a classic Silent Era film, with the tints even changing within a shot, an appropriate technique since many scenes are presented completely silent, lacking dialogue, background sound or even music. See more »

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