Jail Bait (1954)
Nomination Year: 1997
SYNOPSIS: Description of the movie's "plot" goes here.
You Can't See Me If I Don't Want You To. I Hope.
The cop-killer craftily sneaks away.
- "Wanna Run That By Me Again?"
Remind Me Never To Ask You a Question Again
"Destiny, detective. We must do that which is ordained." Um.... Right. That doesn't answer my question, but OK, I guess. You don't have any firearms, I hope.
- Inane Dialogue
You Call That a Segue?
"Here's a cool drink for a parched throat ... plastic surgery is hard." I think I got whiplash from your segue.
John's Dead Body Is One for the High Drama
He drops John's lifeless body on the floor. Later, John's lifeless body is standing so it can dramatically fall out of the closet.
A videotape has no excuse for the screen to go black, and then the count-down to the next reel appearing. No excuse at all.
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame Lyle Talbot Dolores Fuller Ed Wood's ex-girlfriend, which is the only reason she'd be on screen, if you ask me. Steve Reeves Timothy Farrell Don Nagel Edward D. Wood, Jr. Hailed as the WORST director of all time
Director Claim to Fame Edward D. Wood, Jr. Hailed as the WORST director of all time
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