The Violent Years (1956)

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Directed by: William Morgan

Stars: Jean Moorhead, Barbara Weeks, Art Millan

Language: English + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description: Paula Parkins is the teenage daughter of wealthy parents who don’t seem to make time for her, so she looks for thrills as the leader of her all girl gang who steal, rob, and rape young men.

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https://tezfiles.com/file/ec607ad61dc88/The.Violent.Years.1956.mkv

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10 Responses to The Violent Years (1956)

  1. Ranku says:

    I want women prison troutre movies

  2. Neely says:

    Romp of a flick! Has the eau de Wood all over it, but some of the acting is surprisingly competent given the material they had to work with, especially the lead. She puts me in mind a bit of Jodie Comer. Highly watchable with or without the MST3K treatment. Thanks for posting another great one, RL, especially as I’ve found that many other sites offering this title actually have it conflated with a file for an entirely different JD crime film.

  3. Tom.Servo says:

    One of my all time favorite MST3k movies. Love the gas station robbery scene.

  4. Phaota says:

    Commentary is with filmmaker Frank Henenlotter and Ed Wood biographer Rudolph Grey.

  5. Wendel says:

    Even as Gang members these gals have style.
    You just don’t see that in gang movies today.
    Thanks for the post.

  6. Wes says:

    Just imagine trying to make a movie like this today if you swapped the genders of the gang members and their victims.

    • North says:

      Just imagine trying to make a movie like this today if it were nothing like this movie at all. Gotcha.

  7. Paul says:

    Girls with guns, babes in bullet bras, police in pursuit, clearly this is not The Wonder Years.

    A top-pocket-find, Thank you, Rarelust.

  8. OSMOSIS says:

    What introduced the wonderful trash-fest to me back in when I first heard about it in ’81? “IT CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD”–and John Candy’s silly commentary on it. What made it stick with me back then? Having my MOM laugh her ass off silly when me and my brothers called her over to the TV, telling her, “HEY, MOM–Come here quick! You’re a ‘Delinquent’!!”—because one of the girls NAME is “Georgia”–my Mom’s name. Why do I STILL LOVE THIS MOVIE TODAY? Hey, it’s unabashed trashiness–and its a great “watch party” flick.

    Thanks, Rarelust–you ALWAYS rock!

  9. Ariel Bender says:

    Thank you! I’ve always considered this an Ed Wood film. He’s only credited as the writer but every nook and cranny screams Edward D. Wood Jr! Maybe because director of photography is the underrated and prolific William C.Thompson, a regular on the Wood crew. Wood junkies looking for a fix along the lines of ‘Jailbait’ and ‘Sinister Urge’ can rejoice. This might be the first film with male rape by a girl gang!

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