The Swinging Barmaids
|The Swinging Barmaids|
Theatrical release poster by John Solie
|Directed by||Gus Trikonis|
|Produced by||Ed Carlin|
|Written by||Charles B. Griffith|
|Music by||Don Bagley|
|Edited by||Jerry Cohen|
Carlin Company Productions
|Distributed by||Premiere Releasing Org.|
|Release dates||July 1975|
|Running time||88 minutes|
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.
A man kills a cocktail waitress and then has to kill the witnesses.
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.
- The Swinging Barmaids at the Internet Movie Database
- The Swinging Barmaids at New York Times
- The Swinging Barmaids at Grindhouse Database
- The Swinging Barmaid at TCMDB
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