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Reform School Girl

“They hate you! . . . And each one of them has a good reason!” screamed one of the original ads (1957). “Caged boy-hungry wildcats gone mad!” shrieked another. Ed “Kookie” Byrnes takes Gloria Castillo on a joyride in a stolen car, and she gets framed when a pedestrian is killed; Luana Anders, another girlfriend, gets turned in for car stripping, and believes that Castillo is to blame. Other confined ladies participating in or watching the cat fights include Diana Darrin, Yvette Vickers, Donna Jo Gribble, and a very young Sally Kellerman; Edward Bernds (Return of the Fly, The Three Stooges in Orbit) directed.

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