Swamp Girl / Swamp Country (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Swamp Girl (1971, 78 min.) - An alcoholic old doc tries to sell an abandoned baby girl to two degenerates, but the deal turns deadly and the blonde-haired little gal grows up to become the legendary Swamp Girl of the Okefenokee. Her pretty young teenage life is turned upside down when she is forced to search the swamp for a psycho prison escapee hiding in the Okefenokee. Naturally, it all gets nasty as Swamp Girl battles Convict Girl in an exploitation-film-fight-to-the-death that comes complete with catfights, quicksand, country-western crooner Ferlin Husky, a sadistic detour to a snake farm, and a truly wacky twist ending! “Swamp Country” (1966, 98 min.) - When a blonde floozy is found strangled at The Swamper Motel, an innocent stranger gets accused—but not before he clobbers deputy Lyle Waggoner and flees on foot into the Okefenokee. It’s all just another day in Swamp Country, presented here in widescreen Techniscope!
About Swamp Girl / Swamp Country (2002)
Starring: Ferlin Husky, Simone Griffeth, Claude King, Steve Drexel, Donna Stanley
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Donald A. Davis Robert Patrick