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THREE (3) BAD SISTERS 1956

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THREE BAD SISTERS 1956
U.S. film. Excellent quality. If you like ample-breasted, bullet bra wearing, sadist she-devils, this is the film for you! There are bathing suit pool scenes, terrific hair-pulling catfights and the pièce de résistance, a depraved beating with a riding crop. Yeah, these sisters are very bad.

Three Bad Sisters opens with a plane crash. A wealthy man dies; leaving his enormous fortune to three very messed up, but lovely daughters—Valerie, Vicki and Lorna. Valerie is evil and greedy and tries to force the plane's pilot to help her to cheat her sisters out of her father's millions. Vicki is a nymphomaniac home-wrecker who when trying to seduce the pilot delivers lines like, "I graduated magna cum laude from Embraceable U."

Lorna is mentally unstable and suicidal—probably because Valerie and Vicki sadistically ridicule her about her about age, looks, and anything else they can think of. (And Lorna is the "nice sister" out of the three). There is also a boozed-up blabbermouth of an aunt on hand to make things just a little more dysfunctional. Marla English, Kathleen Hughes, Sara Shane, John Bromfield, Jess Barker, Madge Kennedy, Anthony George, Marlene Felton, Brett Halsey.

Plus this bonus selection...

THE RAVERS 1967
U.K. documentary. The girls are the hunters, the boys the hunted! The Ravers examines the groupie girls who stalk their pop star prey. This documentary pushed the censorship boundaries to the limit for its open discussion of sex by the 14-17 year old girls who proudly admit how many pop stars they've had sex with. A promoter admits that he's found group members and groupies having sex backstage and there's not much he can do to prevent it. Lots of cute girls and bad teeth.


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