From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Prison Girls (1972, USA) is a 3-D-Women in Prison film directed by Tom DeSimone.
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- Featured in: 42nd Street Forever: Volume 3 - Exploitation Explosion
- Included in: Chicks in Chains and Mean Muthers: Women In Prison Films
- Released in 1972
- Running Time: 93 Min
- Production Co: Pacific Films | United Producers
- Distribution Co: Trans American Films (USA) (theatrical) | American International Pictures (AIP) (1973) (USA) (theatrical) | Ambassador Film Distributors (1982) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by Tom DeSimone
- Written by Lee Walters
- Starring Jacqueline Giroux, Kay Rivers (as Robin Whitting), Annik Borel, Tracy Handfuss, Maria Arnold, Liz Wolfe, Linda York
- Produced by Burton Gershfield, Nicholas Grippo
- A prison psychiatrist prepares six female inmates for parole by granting them a weekend furlough, during which each of them has a sexual encounter.
- The First Real Adult Film in 3-D
- Based on Secret Women's Prison Reports -- Girls That Were Given Special Sex Privileges!
- Guaranteed to be the most controversial movie ever made based on confidential prison sex reports