Policewomen (1974) Lee Frost

Policewomen (1974)
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama
Country: USA | Director: Lee Frost
English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 100mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 853x480 - 23.976fps - 1.46gb

A lady cop infiltrates an all-female criminal gang.  

Policewoman Lacy Bond, played by small dynamic redhead Sondra Currie, is a "supercop" assigned to take down a band of female gangsters who are up to all sorts of fiendish criminal activities. She uses (pretty basic) martial arts skills against them, and is later joined by undercover agent Pam Harris, played by Jeanie Bell, to help her take down the bad girl mob. The guys are generally pretty unimportant in this movie. Tony Young, as Lacy's boss and partner is reduced to a hapless sidekick, muttering his disapproval when he thinks she is putting herself in danger (and at one point having to be rescued by our heroine from some murderous babes who are beating him to death!). Only Phil Hoover, playing a funny and pretty vicious villain, and the great William Smith, sending himself up in a cameo as a patronizing police fight instructor, really register among the male cast.

This cheap but entertaining movie contains all the elements expected from Lee Frost's "drive-in" fare, some sex and nudity, scantily clad girls, and lots of action. Fans of female fighting in movies should like the scenes where Lacy and Pam use judo and karate battling the female villains-such as tough con Janette (Laurie Rose) and Caroline (Dorrie Thomson) and her gang.
Policewomen (1974)

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2 Response to "Policewomen (1974) Lee Frost"

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    M says:

    Please, may you post:
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