Six Pack Annie
Six Pack Annie is a 1975 film aimed at the drive-in theatre circuit that was advertised with tags "Lookout... She's Legal Now! She's Out to Tear the Town Apart!" and "She's got the boys glad and the sheriff mad," amongst others.  Another tagline used was "She's the pop top princess with the recyclable can." It starred Lindsay Bloom in the title role of Annie Bodine and Joe Higgins as Sheriff Waters. Other actors included Raymond Danton, Larry Mahan, Stubby Kaye, Louisa Moritz, Bruce Boxleitner, and Doodles Weaver. Adverts depicted a pre-Daisy Duke kind of character, a buxom country gal in a tied-front top and tiny cut-off jeans opening an oversized can of beer.  The picture carried an MPAA R-rating due to language and one nude scene.
"In 'Six Pack Annie' (American International), Lindsay [Bloom] plays a beer-guzzling, truck-driving Southern belle. Her scanty wardrobe reveals a great deal of Lindsay Bloom. 'Some of the language I use is pretty salty,' she said. 'That and the nude scene is why they gave it an 'R' rating. To give you an idea how subtle the picture is, Annie lives in a town named Titwillow. But it's a start. It's led to the possibility of a major movie at Warner Brothers. These days a young actress has to take one step at a time."
- Display advert, Show Time II drive-in, Playground Daily News, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Tuesday 26 August 1975, Volume 30, Number 172, page 8A.
- Display advert, Show Time II drive-in, Playground Daily News, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Friday 29 August 1975, Volume 30, Number 175, page 5B.
- Scott, Vernon, United Press International, dateline Hollywood, California, "Lindsay Bloom Concedes Flaunting Charms Expected", Playground Daily News, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Thursday 6 November 1975, Volume 30, Number 234, page 6B.
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