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Rock and Roll Mobster Girls (1988)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Music
In Seattle during the 1980s "grunge rock" phase, an all-female band called The Doll Squad is finding it increasingly difficult to get work, and they are soon reduced to scavenging food from... See full summary »

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John Black ...
Aaron von Hochberg
Robert Gus Blue ...
Jack
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Helen Halloran ...
Lynx Lapaz
Fred Hopkins ...
Bruno Multrock
Scott McCaughey
Jeff Simmons
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In Seattle during the 1980s "grunge rock" phase, an all-female band called The Doll Squad is finding it increasingly difficult to get work, and they are soon reduced to scavenging food from dumpsters outside of restaurants. Frustrated with their stalled career, they decide to sign with a shady local promoter, Bruno Multrock in hopes that he will be able to get them the exposure they need. What they don't know is that Bruno is actually a psychotic murderer who enjoying butchering people and keeps his brother's decapitated head with him so he can talk to it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Early Pre-Grunge Sleeper!
12 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

I played the character of Bruno Moultrock in this 1988 film.

It was an extremely exciting picture to work on, as the Seattle music scene was at its most vibrant, with the early seeds of the grunge movement just about to sprout. Since video tape was extremely expensive back then, we shot the film on used regular grade video in the high gain mode to give it a more cinematic look. The Doll Squad was played by the real Doll Squad, a girl punk band, which featured Patty Shemel (later part of Courtney Love's Hole) on drums. The film was shot totally in Seattle and contains vintage shots of no longer existent Seattle music clubs, like Squid Alley on Capitol Hill. This is the music scene that truly spawned the world famous grunge movement and perhaps the film derives its greatest relevancy and importance from that simple fact.


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