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The Grissom Gang is a remake of the notorious 1949 British melodrama No Orchids For Miss Blandish. Kim Darby plays a 1920s-era debutante who is kidnapped and held for ransom. Her captors are the Grissoms, a family comprised of sadists and morons, and headed by Ma Barker clone Irene Dailey. One of the Grissoms, played by Scott Wilson, takes a liking to his prisoner, which results in a bloody breakdown of the family unit. Both The Grissom Gang and the original No Orchids For Miss Blandish were inspired by the best-seller by James Hadley Chase, though neither film retains Chase's original ending.

  1. Leon Griffiths

    Screenplay

  2. Robert Aldrich

    Director

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  1. Kim Darby

    Kim Darby

    Barbara Blandish

  2. Scott Wilson

    Scott Wilson

    Slim Grissom

  3. Tony Musante

    Tony Musante

    Eddie Hagan

  4. Robert Lansing

    Robert Lansing

    Dave Fenner

  5. Connie Stevens

    Connie Stevens

    Anna Borg

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  • May 28, 1971
    R
    Theatrical

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    Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian 21 or older. The parent/guardian is required to stay with the child under 17 through the entire movie, even if the parent gives the child/teenager permission to see the film alone. These films may contain strong profanity, graphic sexuality, nudity, strong violence, horror, gore, and strong drug use. A movie rated R for profanity often has more severe or frequent language than the PG-13 rating would permit. An R-rated movie may have more blood, gore, drug use, nudity, or graphic sexuality than a PG-13 movie would admit.

Original Language English

Runtime 2h 8m

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