The Swinging Barmaids

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The Swinging Barmaids
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Theatrical release poster by John Solie
Directed by Gus Trikonis
Produced by Ed Carlin
Written by Charles B. Griffith
Starring Bruce Watson
Laura Hippe
William Smith
Dyanne Thorne
Katie Saylor
Music by Don Bagley
Cinematography Irv Goodnoff
Edited by Jerry Cohen
Production
  company
Carlin Company Productions
Distributed by Premiere Releasing Org.
Release date(s) July 1975
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Swinging Barmaids is a 1975 exploitation film about a serial killer who targets cocktail waitresses. The film was directed by Gus Trikonis, and stars Bruce Watson, Laura Hippe, William Smith, and Dyanne Thorne.

Plot[edit]

A man kills a cocktail waitress and then has to kill the witnesses.

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Cult Status[edit]

Quentin Tarantino screened the film at his festival in 2007. A critic at the screening wrote:

This flick is kind of bizarre. It’s a serial killer flick that’s not really high on the gore or suspense. It’s a sexploitation flick without much titillation. It’s a William Smith movie where he’s kind of unthreatening (until the end when he’s as badass as you want him to be). None of that means it’s a lame movie. Not at all.[1]

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