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Frankenhooker ★½ 1990 (R)

Jeffrey Franken is a nice guy; he didn't mean to mow his fiancee down on the front lawn. But sometimes bad things just happen to good people. Luckily Jeff thought to save her head and decides to pair it up with the body of some sexy streetwalkers. Voila! You have Frankenhooker: the girlfriend with (someone else's) heart of gold. The posters say it best, “A Terrifying Tale of Sluts and Bolts.” 90m/C VHS, DVD . James Lorinz, Patty Mullen, Charlotte J. Helmkamp, Louise Lasser, Shirley Stoler, Joseph Gonzalez, Beverly Bonner, John Zacherle; D: Frank Henenlotter; W: Frank Henenlotter, Robert Martin; C: Robert M. “Bob” Baldwin Jr.; M: Joe Renzetti.

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