Savage Sisters

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Savage Sisters (1974, Philippines) is a Women In Prison film directed by Eddie Romero.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1974
  • Color
  • Running Time: 89 Min.
  • Distribution Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (1974) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Eddie Romero
  • Written by Harry Corner, H. Franco Moon
  • Starring Gloria Hendry, Cheri Caffaro, John Ashley, Alfonso Carvajal, Vic Diaz
  • Produced by John Ashley, Eddie Romero
  • Original Music by Les Baxter (as Bax)
  • Cinematography by Justo Paulino
  • Film Editing by Lori J. Kranze, Isagani Pastor

Tagline

  • BEWARE! They are still at large...the Playgirls of the Liberation Army. Activists in both politics and love.

Synopsis

Savage Sisters is a 1974 women-in-prison film made in the Philippines and directed by Eddie Romero. It was the last and most expensive of several movies actor/producer John Ashley filmed in that country. Set in a revolution torn country, the story is about an army led by a woman who helps out two other women escape from jail. A cache of money is around, but the escaped women are the ones who know where it is, leading the authorities and revolutionaries to fight for it. (Wikipedia)

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