The Mini-Skirt Mob
|The Mini-Skirt Mob|
|Directed by||Maury Dexter|
|Produced by||Maury Dexter|
|Written by||James Gordon White|
Harry Dean Stanton
|Music by||Les Baxter|
|Cinematography||Archie R. Dalzell|
|Edited by||Sidney Levin|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
|Box office||$1,500,000 (US/ Canada)|
The Mini-Skirt Mob is a 1968 outlaw biker film about an all-female motorcycle gang. The film was directed by Maury Dexter, and stars Diane McBain, Jeremy Slate, Sherry Jackson, Patty McCormack, Harry Dean Stanton and Sandra Marshall.
Jilted by boyfriend Jeff Logan, Shayne (the leader of an all-female motorcycle gang) decides to torment Jeff and his new bride, Connie.
The harassment backfires when Shayne's sister Edie is accidentally killed by a Molotov cocktail and when Shayne herself ends up hanging by her fingernails off a cliff.
- Diane McBain as Shayne
- Jeremy Slate as Lon
- Sherry Jackson as Connie
- Patty McCormack as Edie
- Ross Hagen as Jeff
- Harry Dean Stanton as Spook
Maury Dexter says the film was the most successful of all the ones he made at AIP.
- "Big Rental Films of 1968", Variety, January 8, 1969 p 15. Please note this figure is a rental accruing to distributors.
- Dexter, Maury (2012). Highway to Hollywood (PDF). p. 132.
- Heldman, Caroline; Frankel, Laura Lazarus; Holmes, Jennifer (April–June 2016). ""Hot, black leather, whip" The (de)evolution of female protagonists in action cinema, 1960–2014". Sexualization, Media, and Society. 2 (2): 237462381562778. doi:10.1177/2374623815627789. Pdf.
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