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Schoolgirl Hitchhikers (1973)

Jeunes filles impudiques (original title)
Two female hitch-hikers get mixed up with a gang of thieves and their stolen jewelry.

Director:

Jean Rollin (as Michel Gentil)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Joëlle Coeur Joëlle Coeur ... Monica
Gilda Arancio Gilda Arancio ... Jackie (as Gilda Stark)
Marie Hélène Règne Marie Hélène Règne ... Béatrice
Willy Braque Willy Braque ... Fred
Pierre Julien Pierre Julien ... Detective Harry
François Brincourt François Brincourt ... Béatrice's Associate
Reine Thirion Reine Thirion ... Harry's Secretary (as Reine Thyrion)
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Storyline

Two female hitch-hikers get mixed up with a gang of thieves and their stolen jewelry.

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Sex Kittens who Stop at Nothing See more »

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

16 August 1973 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

High School Hitch Hikers See more »

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Production Co:

Avia Films,Films A.B.C. See more »
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Runtime:

(DVD) | (censored DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Goofs

When the girls first arrive at the house, they climb an eight-foot wall, and then down a tree, but the tree was not there in the previous shot. See more »

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Featured in Eurotika!: Vampires and Virgins (1999) See more »

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Gilda & Gunshots
by Pierre Raph
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Beautiful girls, inept thieves and even more inept "heroes"
20 February 2008 | by doc_hartmanSee all my reviews

It had been a bad Monday when I popped this one in to the 'ol DVD player. I just wanted to wind down and be entertained and this film delivered. Grindhouse veteran Jean-Jacques Renon was the cinematographer for this film (credited as Oscar Lapin) and gave the film the only hint of class it has. Honestly, great camera work and lighting here with some gutsy angles.

On to the film. We open with two Eurobabes walking through the French countryside when they come upon a stone wall. For reasons unknown to me, the director (Jean Rollin) decides we must watch every excruciating second of the girls' navigation of this wall but I digress. On the other side of the wall is a French Baroque manor that, in spite of its dilapidated looks outside, is surprisingly tidy inside. After a quick tryst, Joëlle Coeur (the characters names aren't mentioned I think) needs a ciggy and discovers a slimy Euroguy with a pornstache and a gun staying in one of the downstairs rooms. Not put off by either the stache or the gun, Joëlle dances in the sheets and when her friend discovers the two, she joins in! The next morning a "plot" ensues and we find out guys with mustaches and guns aren't always worth a roll in the hay. Somehow, this idiot and two other idiots managed to burgle some jewels, I assume from some more idiotic idiot. Those jewels wind up missing and the thieves assume it was our Eurobabes what done it. After some torture and some more torture we are introduced to a French PI and his Eurogirl (I believe she is actually wearing a cheerleading outfit) assistant. From here on the plot has more lead changes than a girls basketball game with the good guys getting the drop on the bad guys only to lose it again.

The film is mindless trash but an entertaining 70 minutes none the less. If your looking for polished soft-core, go elsewhere, but if you just want to vedge at the end of the day with a cold one, this is a good film to use.


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