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HOT CARS 1956

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Double Feature!

HOT CARS 1956
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. A Stop-at-Nothing Blonde...A Buck-Hungry Guy...A Red-Hot Racket...Slam the Screen Head-On! Joi Lansing is…like, Wow! She plays "Karen," a busty, platinum blonde, and she's hot daddy-o…1950s style! She'd also sell her soul to the devil for a new mink coat!

Car salesman and real decent family man, Nick Dunn, gets mixed up in a stolen car racket run out of used car dealerships in Southern California. Nick gets his pockets padded with wads of extra cash and all goes well until a detective begins to snoop around the car lot. Faster than you can say "hot cars" the detective ends up deader than a doornail.

Joi (Karen) really puts the moves on Nick—he's such a faithfully married man that he rejects her advances. (How does he do it?!) Awesome "shocker" ending involving a fight on a roller coaster! Excellently filmed! Cool chop-shop scene where they swap out all the parts of the stolen cars.

Bossoriffic Los Angeles "Populuxe" commercial signage and rock and roll automobiles! Filmed in Santa Monica and Culver City. Joi Lansing, John Bromfield, Carol Shannon, Ralph Clanton, Mark Dana, Charles Keane, George Sawaya, Dabbs Greer, John Frederick, Kurt Katch, Joan Sinclair, Robert Osterloh. Hot Cars!

Plus this bonus selection...

JOI LANSING SCOPITONES
U.S. Video shorts. 1950s sexpot Joi Lansing performs songs that look like a video version on a 1950s men's magazine! VaVa Voom! Songs include: "The Web of Love," "The One I Love Belongs To Someone Else," "The Silencer."


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