Evil Come Evil Go (1972)

Nomination Year: 2009
SYNOPSIS:  Evil Come. Evil Go. But in between? Evil is present. And Evil lingers....

Much like the taste in your mouth that this movie leaves. Sister Sarah Jane is an anti-sex crusader. Well, she's against pleasurable sex. Sex for the purpose of begatting is okay. To this end, she proselytizes on a street corner in LA (accompanying herself on the accordion). She soon has her first disciple (Sister Penny), and the work of ridding the world of evil men can really begin!

Smithee Award Winner! "Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"

"Let's Look at You, Penny."
Sarah Jane and Penny are sitting around, wearing robes, post-initiation. Sarah Jane decides to get a look at Penny to see how attractive men will find her. "Let's look at you, Penny," Sarah Jane says. Penny gets up, removes her robe, and turns around for Sarah Jane to appraise her womanflesh. Then they both sing "Onward, Christian Soldiers."

Worst Acting

Sarah Jane (Cleo O'Hara) & Penny (Sandra Henderson).
Cleo O'Hara is such a howlingly bad actress (as Sister Sarah Jane) that it's difficult to imagine one worse ... until Sandra Henderson (Sister Penny) opens her mouth. And even without the heavy Southron accent of Sister Sarah Jane, Sister Penny is entirely capable of holding her own. There's just something about these extended conversations that really brings out the worst in both Cleo O'Hara and Sandra Henderson....

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Cleo O'Hara  
Sandra Henderson this is her only credit in imdb ... with good reason 
Director Claim to Fame
Walt Davis also wrote Evil Come Evil Go and appeared in a small role 

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