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PLAYGIRL KILLER 1966

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PLAYGIRL KILLER 1966
CAN. film. A wacko artist flips out when his sexy model moves while he's trying to draw her. (He's a real pro-artist too as evidenced by him drawing on a loose sheet of paper on his knee!) He angrily grabs a nearby spear gun and shoots her in the chest! He's spotted and flees the scene—there's killer on the loose!

Our artist-fashion icon (he wears the chic combination of white socks and sandals) begins a killing spree that lasts the length of the film. He discovers a solution to his fidgety models—kill them first, then draw them, that way they won’t move. Genius! Playgirl Killer!

Rock n roll alert: There is a lengthy wild butt shaking, groovy rock n roll pool party segment featuring JB & The Playboys, a Canadian Beatles-styled group who play "Leave My Woman Alone." JB & The Playboys then back up none other than Mr. Neil Sedaka who sings the dance sensation, “Waterbug.” Meanwhile all the mod kids are having a rockin' good time!

This Canadian-made film was tailor-made for the drive-in market and features some interesting city scenes of Montreal as the killer cruises down Ste-Catherine. The minimalist sax-theremin-jazz score is a nice touch. Neil Sedaka, Mary Lou Collier, William Kerwin, Jean Christopher, Andree Champagne, JB & The Playboys.

Plus this bonus selection...

SCOPITONE FILMS 1960s
A groovy short collection of 60s beat, surf, instrumental and quirky mod madness! Features the Tornadoes, Spotnicks, New Christy Minstrels, Bridget Bardot, Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity, Dion and others.


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