Reporter Kenny Blake (Hugh Beaumont) falls in love with scheming Toni Kirkland ('Ann Savage') not knowing that she is married to Harvey Kirkland (Russell Hicks), a man years older than she.... See full summary »
Bad Writing, Bad acting, Bad Editing - Great Locations!
Well, after seeing this movie over the weekend on a big screen in
Hollywood I have to say it's not the worst movie I've ever seen but
close! The writing is full of clichés, the editing looks like it was
done with a machete and the directing was either non-existent or he was
loaded while filming. The lead actress, Indus had maybe two expressions
throughout the whole movie. She wandered around the old Bunker Hill
section of Los Angeles in a stupor most of the time. Her strip scene
was a laugh riot. She was supposed to be looking seductive and instead
looked like she was grimacing from a gall stone! There is a nosy old
woman who lives in her building who overacted to the point I thought
she was auditioning for Halloween Haunted House. Her hair perpetually
up in curlers and a face that looked like Peter Lorre IN DRAG! Plot
concerns a stripper who gets murderous at the same time she gets
aroused. The only thing interesting about this movie was the great
seedy locations provided by Bunker Hill, a location that city officials
should have been executed for destroying instead of restoring. Great
old Victorian Homes that were bulldozed in the late 60's to make way
for tall office buildings. Watch this curio piece for that alone. I
laughed out loud at the intended high drama!
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