Truck Stop Women

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Truck Stop Women
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Theatrical release poster

Truck Stop Women is a 1974 film, directed by Mark L. Lester and partly financed by Phil Gramm,[1] about a mother and daughter who run a brothel for truckers on the New Mexico highways, and fight back when the Mafia tries to take over their operation.[2] Claudia Jennings appears in this film and is naked throughout most of it. It has a great deal of country music, including a "truckin' music video" inserted about halfway through. The movie's catchphrase is, "No rig was too big for them to handle!"

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