'Gator Bait

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'Gator Bait
'Gator Bait.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Beverly Sebastion,
Ferd Sebastion
Produced by Beverly Sebastion,
Ferd Sebastion
Written by Beverly Sebastion
Starring Claudia Jennings
Music by Ferd Sebastion
Edited by Ron Johnson
Distributed by Dimension Pictures
Release date
  • 1974 (1974)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

'Gator Bait (UK title: Swamp Bait) is a 1974 film written, produced, and directed by Beverly Sebastion and Ferd Sebastion.[1]

The film starred former Playboy "Playmate of the Year" Claudia Jennings. It was followed by the sequel 'Gator Bait II: Cajun Justice.

Plot[edit]

The film follows a barefoot poacher named Desiree who lives deep in the swamp lands. Ben Bracken and Deputy Billy find Desiree trapping alligators and chase her, looking to exact sexual favors. Desiree outsmarts the two men. During the chase, however, Billy accidentally shoots Ben. Billy tells his father, Sheriff Joe Bob Thomas, that Desiree was the shooter. Sheriff Thomas and sons join a search party looking for Desiree and attack Desiree 's family. Desiree exacts her revenge against the attackers.

Cast[edit]

  • Claudia Jennings as Desiree Thibodeau
  • Douglas Dirkson as Leroy Bracken
  • Bill Thurman as Sheriff Joe Bob Thomas
  • Ben Sebastion as Ben Bracken
  • Tracy Sebastion as Big T
  • Sam Gilman as T.J. Bracken
  • Clyde Ventura as Deputy - Billy Boy
  • Don Baldwin as Pete Bracken
  • Janit Baldwin as Julie
  • Vocals By Lee Darin

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