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Girl on a Chain Gang (1966)

Three young people are framed, arrested and thrown in prison by corrupt Southern police.

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... Sheriff Sonny Lew Wymer
Julie Ange ... Jean Rollins
... Deputy Luke (as R.K. Charles)
Arlene Farber ... Nellie (as Arlene Sue Farber)
Ron Segal ... Ted Branch
Peter Nevard ... Deputy Cal
Matt Reynolds ... Les Davis
James Harvey ... Claude Martin / Judge Farris Bean
Phillip Vanyon ... Doctor Rufe Hall
Henry Baker ... Tom
Horace Bailey ... Leroy
Sam Cutter ... Cotton Ben Wymer
Wolf Landsman ... Seth Waters
Earl Leake ... Clyde Fuller
Richard Antony ... State Trooper
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Three young people are framed, arrested and thrown in prison by corrupt Southern police.

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Poor White Trash! Stay Clear -This Town Got Ways of Teaching You a Lesson! See more »

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Unquestionably the worst movie I have ever seen.
19 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

If there were ever a contest of the worst film of all time, the most wasted use of celluloid in the history of film, this item would qualify hands down. I saw it by chance in 1967 in Reno, Nevada, with two other patrons who were obviously sleeping off their binge from the night before. I should have walked out after the first few minutes, but this is one of those "films" (I hate to use that word to describe this fiasco) that is so bad, I wanted to see just how bad it got. I suppose the worst part is where the leading lady, the "girl," after being raped by her jailer, is taken to court and pleads her innocence before a Southern judge. This "film" is an absolute insult to the people of the South and to anyone having any taste whatsoever. I noticed also that it's not even listed in Leonard Maltin's Movie Review book. The only reason that I'm writing this much about it is that in order to leave the one line summary (above), I have to write ten lines here.


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