Sixpack Annie (1975)

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Busty, blonde and beautiful, Six-Pack Annie seeks to help her Aunt Tess raise $5,000 for the family diner...by trying to find a rich daddy.


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  • Bruce Boxleitner and Lindsay Bloom in Sixpack Annie (1975)
  • Bruce Boxleitner, Vince Barnett, Jana Bellan, Lindsay Bloom, Oscar Cartier, Ray Danton, Donald Elson, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Danna Hansen, Joe Higgins, Richard Kennedy, Larry Mahan, Ronald Lee Marriott, Sid Melton, Louisa Moritz, Steve Randall, and Doodles Weaver in Sixpack Annie (1975)
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  • Bruce Boxleitner, Vince Barnett, Jana Bellan, Lindsay Bloom, Oscar Cartier, Ray Danton, Donald Elson, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Danna Hansen, Joe Higgins, Richard Kennedy, Sid Melton, Louisa Moritz, Steve Randall, and Doodles Weaver in Sixpack Annie (1975)

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10 June 2009 | lazarillo
Yee-haw!
This is one of the Southern-fried "hickspoiation" flicks that were very popular in the drive-in circuit in the South during the 1970s (even though they didn't always offer a very flattering portrait of the region). This is a lot more tame than most, however, and kind of anticipates the network TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard". (The lead actress, Lindsey Bloom, was a semi-regular on that show and her husband, country singer Mayf Nutter, supposedly inspired it).

Bloom plays the titular sexpot "Six Pack Annie" who tools around in a dusty pickup truck dressed in a halter-top and short-shorts with an ever-present six-pack of beer slung over her shoulder (I guess drunk driving wasn't much of a concern back then). The conflict unfolds when the aunt she lives with is about to lose her diner unless she can come up with $30,000 for the bank. The horny local sheriff (kind of a cross between "Boss Hogg" and "Roscoe P. Coltrane"), who likes to spy on "Annie" and her boyfriend (Bruce Boxleighter) while they skinny-dip, is willing to give her his whole life-savings for a little bit of corn-pone poontang, but he doesn't have enough money, nor does anyone else in this po-dunk town, so she and a friend head down to Miami Beach where her sister (Louise Moritz) is living in order that she can find a rich "sugar daddy"

Bloom is not a bad actress for someone off the "Hee-Haw" circuit, but she spends a little too much time acting and not nearly enough time stripping off (Moritz, at least, spends all her screen time in nothing but a see-through negligee). The movie really goes nowhere after they arrive in Miami Beach, and it is rarely very funny (they even steal a joke from the British comedy classic "Carry on Camping at one point", but I doubt anyone in the Southern drive-ins noticed). Bloom and Moritz were both in a lot of sexploitation flicks in the 1970's like "HOTS", "The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood", and "The Last American Virgin". Most were quite a bit racier than this, but they really weren't any better. If you're a fan of the more tame redneck-athon fare like "The Dukes of Hazzard", you might like this, but definitely have a six-pack (or two) on hand when you watch it.

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Release Date:

December 1975

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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