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Shayne, the leader of a Honda-riding biker gang known as the Mini-Skirt Mob, has been jilted by her lover, cowboy star Jeff Logan who has married straight-laced Connie. Shayne enlists the rest of her gang to help her break up the newlyweds and get Jeff back - even if that means killing him in the process. Her revenge escalates until her sister Edie is killed by a Molotov cocktail and Shayne finds herself hanging by one hand over a deadly chasm. Should Connie let go before Jeff returns with the police?Written by
Diane McBain far from her salad days as a Warner Brother starlet heads the cast in The Mini-Skirt Mob. These women are mini-skirt wearing girls who with their men drive Hondas. McBain is a woman scorned because her guy Ross Hagen has up and left her and married Sherry Jackson. She and her current boyfriend Jeremy Slate are going to teach Hagen and Jackson a lesson that no one leaves McBain even if she is more than slightly psychotic.
So throughout this whole film McBain, Slate and the gang terrorize the two newlyweds. Even with Patty McCormack who is McBain's younger and saner sister siding with Hagen and Jackson, McBain don't want to hear any of it.
The sight of McBain and McCormack in their mini-skirts riding the road on those Honda may give a rise in pleasure to more than a few red blooded males in the audience. This is typical drive-in fare from the late Sixties.
It's also funny as all get out because it's so bad. But the girls are something to see.
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