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Reform School Girls

Reform School Girls don't have it so bad. For one thing, they don't have to wear uniforms - or much else for that matter. They talk dirty, play dirty and are allowed to take long, long showers.

Reform School Girls don’t have it so bad. For one thing, they don’t have to wear uniforms – or much else for that matter. They talk dirty, play dirty and are allowed to take long, long showers.

Busty Wendy O. Williams, who made a name for herself as the headbanging lead singer of the rock group, The Plasmatics, continues her trashy theatrics here as a leather-clad lesbian who reigns terror over the other girls serving time at Pridemore Juvenile Facilities.

Supported by her gang of ‘death rockers,’ Williams intimidates each new arrival into submission until she encounters fresh-faced Jenny (Linda Carol), who is bent on countering corruption at Pridemore.

Every character is a caricature, from the rifle-toting, Bible-quoting warden (Sybil Danning) to the lineup of lovelies who parade as reform school girls.

Pat Ast, as the cantankerous and corpulent head matron, and Williams play their rotten roles to the hilt and get most of the juicy lines.

Reform School Girls

  • Production: New World. Director Tom deSimone; Producer Jack Cummins; Screenplay Tom deSimone; Camera Howard Wexler; Editor Michael Spence; Music Tedra Gabriel; Art Director Becky Block
  • Crew: (Color) Available on VHS, DVD. Extract of a review from 1986. Running time: 94 MIN.
  • With: Linda Carol Wendy O. Williams Pat Ast Sybil Danning Charlotte McGinnis Sherri Stoner
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