Slaves to Their Own Strange Desires! What One Won’t Do, the Other Will! (January, 1969)

 

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If you ever wanted to know what happened to Rhoda Penmark after The Bad Seed sprouted and hit high school, you might want to check out Maury Dexter’s Born Wild — a/k/a The Young Animals. Here, Patty McCormack plays the good girl this time, stuck in the middle of brewing racial tensions at a Arizona high school, where psychedelic rumbles are the norm, baby! As for our follow up feature, The Young, the Evil and the Savage — a/k/a Naked You Die a/k/a The Mini-Skirt Murders — we have a delightful whodunit courtesy of two of my favorite Italian filmmakers, Antonio Margheriti and Mario Bava, where an all-girl school comes down with a bad case of unknown killerittis, who’s stalking the halls, wreaking havoc, and leaving a trail of perky student-bodies in his bloody wake.

Born Wild (1968) American International / P: Maury Dexter / AP: Hank Tani / D: Maury Dexter / W: James Gordon White / C: Kenneth Peach / E: Sidney Levin / M: Les Baxter / S: Tom Nardini, Patty McCormack, Joanna Frank, David Macklin, Russ Bender

The Young, The Evil and The Savage (1968) BGA :: Super International Pictures :: Woolner Brothers Pictures Inc. :: American International / P: Virgilio De Blasi, Lawrence Woolner / D: Antonio Margheriti / W: Franco Bottari, Antonio Margheriti, Giovanni Simonelli, Mario Bava / C: Fausto Zuccoli / E: Otello Colangeli / M: Carlo Savina / S: Mark Damon, Eleonora Brown, Michael Rennie, Sally Smith, Patrizia Valturri, Luciano Pigozzi

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