The Candy Snatchers
|The Candy Snatchers|
|Directed by||Guerdon Trueblood|
|Produced by||Bryan Gindoff|
|Written by||Bryan Gindoff|
|Music by||Robert Drasnin|
|Distributed by||Subversive Cinema|
|Release date(s)||June 1973|
|Running time||94 minutes|
The Candy Snatchers is a 1973 exploitation crime film. It stars Tiffany Bolling, Susan Sennet, Ben Piazza, Brad David, and Vince Martorano. It was written by Bryan Gindoff and directed by Guerdon Trueblood. The film is rated R.
The film was released on DVD by Subversive Cinema in 2005, which was its worldwide home video release.
16-year old Candy Philips (Susan Sennet, wife of singer Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills and Nash) is brutally abducted and buried alive in the hills of Southern California by a trio of amateur criminals hoping for a hasty ransom exchange. When Candy's father (Ben Piazza) doesn't show at their agreed rendezvous, the threesome—sultry blonde Jessie (Playboy model and 70s B-movie star, Tiffany Bolling), her sadistic brother Alan (Brad David) and maladjusted Army vet Eddy (Vincent Martorano)—begin to grow anxious. Paranoia sets in; the kidnappers fear their meticulous plan is crumbling and begin a downward spiral into depravity, mutilation and cold-blooded murder—with Candy helplessly trapped in the middle.
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