By the late 1940s, exploitation producers such as George Weiss (Test Tube Babies, Glen or Glenda?) drifted away from the pseudo-educational framework of the genre and began producing risqué crime melodramas. No films better represent the “mainstreaming” of exploitation than GIRL GANG and PIN-DOWN GIRL, and no actor was more suited to such low-grade potboilers than deadpan baritone Timothy Farrell. In GIRL GANG, Farrell is a small-time mob boss who feeds dope to high school girls hungry for kicks. GIRL GANG was mastered in 2K from the original 35mm negative.
Produced by George Weiss
Directed by Robert C. Dertano