The Beast that Killed Women (1965)
The Beast That Molested Women
The Beast That Ruined Women

Nomination Year: 2008
SYNOPSIS:  In the middle of an otherwise-unremarkable Floridian nudist colony, a murder occurs! The police must solve the case before the killer strikes again (and before the clientele is driven away for good). If ever a film was composed primarily of topless women sitting around and discussing random things (with various European accents), then this is that film.

Smithee Award Winner! Worst Acting

Dolores Carlos: She's Not Frozen Stiff, She Just Acts That Way.
So, the wife of the injured man (who is apparently drinking a bottle of milk that she got from a Coca-Cola machine) is being interrogated by the police lieutenant at camp. You can tell she's still shaken up -- she answers her questions woodenly and without affect. Except, of course, that's how she was during the entire film.

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Dolores Carlos  
Byron Mabe directed such fare as A Smell of Honey, a Swallow of Brine and The Lustful Turk 
Barry Mahon primarily a director and producer, this is his sole Acting credit in imdb 
Director Claim to Fame
Barry Mahon the part played by Steve McQueen in The Great Escape was loosely based on his experiences in World War Two; was also Errol Flynn's personal pilot 

Kevin Hogan

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