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Manson's Lost Girls (2016)

Linda Kasabian falls prey to the hypnotic charms of Charles Manson and his self-proclaimed "family" during the drug-fueled summer of 1969.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Linda Kasabian
... Susan Atkins
... Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme
... Leslie Van Houten
... Tex Watson
... Patricia Krenwinkel
... Bobby Beausoleil
... Bob Kasabian
... Charles Manson
John F. Goff ... George Spahn
... Dennis Wilson
... Terry Melcher
... Older Man (as Tom Costello Jr)
... Gary Hinman
... Leno LaBianca
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Linda arrives at the seemingly idyllic Spahn Ranch hippie commune where she is embraced with open arms. Seduced by the group's free-love lifestyle, Linda revels in the sisterhood and acceptance. Taken with Manson, he soon draws her into criminal activities.

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Follow the leader.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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6 February 2016 (USA)  »

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Manson's Girls  »

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Trivia

HelloGiggles produced a 5-episode podcast series about the making of Manson's Lost Girls (2016) which features discussions with cast members Mackenzie Mauzy, Jeff Ward, Eden Brolin, Christian Madsen, Greer Grammer, Grace Victoria Cox, Garrett Coffey, Isabel Shill, executive producer Nancy Bennett, and director Leslie Libman. See more »

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When Susan Atkins lists the people she wants to kill, she mentions Walt Disney. He died three years prior to the events depicted in the film. See more »

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The Fire in Me
Written by Jamie Floyd
Performed by Jeff Ward
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Not bad at all
6 June 2018 | by See all my reviews

For a TV movie, I thought it was pretty good. This was the first movie depicting the Manson family with all its group dynamics. There was the allure to Charlie Manson - along with the control and manipulation. The drugs, open sex, Beach Boy ties, dumpster diving, creepy crawler nights, and of course, the murders. The movie showed they all arrived to the bad psychological places to produce murder. Seems like it's Linda Kasabian take on it all - and it feels genuine.


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