The Grissom Gang (DVD)

Directed by Robert Aldrich

Release Year: 1971
Running Time: 128
UPC: 7 38329 23031 9
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: English
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Cast
Scott Wilson
Kim Darby
Connie Stevens
Tony Musante
Matt Clark
Robert Lansing
Ralph Waite
Wesley Addy
Irene Dailey

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Directed by Robert Aldrich

From legendary director Robert Aldrich (The Killing of Sister George, Ten Seconds to Hell) comes one of his finest and most complex films—a searing saga of murder and mayhem in the 1930s. Starring Kim Darby (True Grit) and Scott Wilson (The Ninth Configuration), this grim fairy tale is lurid, gritty and violent. Barbara (Darby) is a wealthy socialite whose biggest dilemma in life concerns whose party she'll attend next. But when she's kidnapped by a dangerously depraved family of outlaws, Barbara's choices suddenly become far more terrifying. Desperate to escape and determined to survive, she finds herself hopelessly ensnared in a deadly struggle between those who want her dead and those who want something far more horrifying. Based on the novel No Orchids for Miss Blandish and featuring a strong supporting cast that includes Tony Musante (The Mercenary), Robert Lansing (4D Man), Connie Stevens (Susan Slade), Ralph Waite (TV’s The Waltons), Wesley Addy (Kiss Me Deadly) and Matt Clark (White Lightning).


DVD Extras Include:

NEW Interview with Star Scott Wilson

NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger and Nathaniel Thompson

Theatrical Trailer


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