Sweet Georgia (1972) Movie Details

Sweet Georgia (R)
Marsha Jordan , Barbara Mills & more
Edward Boles
Harold Hensley , Hal Southern
Boxoffice International Pictures
1 hr 19 mins
Rating: 7.7/10 from 82 users

Sweet Georgia Movie Cast

Marsha Jordan
Marsha Jordan as Georgia
Barbara Mills
Barbara Mills as Virginia
Gene Drew
Gene Drew as Big T
Chuck Lawson
Chuck Lawson as Cal
Bill King Jr.
Bill King Jr. as Le Roy
Al Wilkins
Al Wilkins as Jack

Sweet Georgia Crew List

Director : Edward Boles
Producer : Edward Boles
Original Music Composer : Harold Hensley , Hal Southern
Director of Photography : Ron Hennessy
Editor : Marlene Buckalew

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Country-Western Wildcats! Marsha Jordan - the first real star of Sexploitation - is Sweet Georgia, the sex-crazed nympho wife of rancher Big T. Unfortunately, because Big T is an ugly, abusive drunk, Georgia looks for her lovin' elsewhere - starting with Cal, the stud ranchhand, then moving on to Virginia, Big T's daughter, who spends her days riding her horsey in the nude. Of course, since Georgia's only Virgina's stepmom, the two think a little down-home girl-girl action is perfectly fine, especially around a romantic campfire. But when Georgia makes it with dumb ol' Leroy, everything gets violent. Yup, just when you think you've got this film figured out, an accidental death somehow escalates into one grisly murder after another.

Sweet Georgia

Sweet Georgia is a 1972 English Film stars Marsha Jordan , Edward Boles , Edward Boles , Harold Hensley , Hal Southern , Ron Hennessy , Marlene Buckalew , Barbara Mills , Gene Drew , Chuck Lawson , Bill King Jr. , Al Wilkins , directed by Edward Boles & music by Hal Southern.