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Kitten With a Whip
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Directed By
Douglas Heyes

Written By:
Douglas Heyes

Ann-Margret, John Forsythe, Peter Brown, Patricia Barry, Richard Anderson, Diane Sayer, Ann Doran, Patrick Whyte, Audrey Dalton, Leo Gordon

Kitten With a Whip (1964)
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Movie Review by Derringer
February 12th, 2011


Favorite Movie Quote: "Why, David, I never thought I'd see you in ladies' underwear!"

Released in 1964 - KITTEN WITH A WHIP is, by far, a fairly tame, little story about 1960s juvenile delinquency. It's so obvious to see that this film was yet another attempt to showcase all of the many, many seductive charms of the hot, young bombshell, ANN-MARGRET ("Every inch of her spells excitement").

Jody, a junvenile delinquent, escapes from reform school by stabbing (not fatally) the matron-in-charge and then attempting to set the whole building on fire.

Jody takes refuge in the house owned by ambitious, San Francisco politician, David Stratton. Despite this beautiful, young hellcat's ample charms, Stratton wants absolutely nothing to do with her, and, so, with some minor difficulty, successfully drives her off of his property.

Jody soon returns to Stratton's place with a gang of her delinquent pals, who quickly decide to take Stratton as their hostage and force him to drive them all down to Mexico.

Trivia note - The Tijuana motel sequence at the end of the story actually took place on the old Bates Motel set from PSYCHO, situated on the Universal Studios' back lot.

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