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Monday, December 6, 2021


Shades Of Coleman Francis.

This movie reminds me of how Francis made "Beast Of Yucca Flats". There appears to be no sync sound and you rarely see people speak when they are on camera, onl;y when they are off camera!!

This was shot in 1954 and not released until 1965, but should it have been released at all is my question. Misty Ayres stars as Sally Downs, a young woman who travels to Hollywood looking for a career as a model, but ends up being drugged and taken into slavery instead.

It sounds like it would make a great exploitation story, but alas, it's a total bore. The director was Sid Melton whom I remember most as Alf Monroe from Green Acres.

During the opening credits it appears that the titles was taken from another movie as it doesn't match up with the rest of the film. I can understand why this sat on a shelf for 10 years. It was released on DVD on the Something Weird label a few years ago, but I just caught it on streaming, and it's the last time I will waste 60 minutes watching this again.

I haven't seen anything so bad in years, at least that was bad and NOT good. Avoid this at all costs and save yourself the misery of watching this.

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