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Desperate Teenage Lovedolls [DVD] [1984]

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Overview

Special Features

  • The story of "Desperate Teenage Lovedolls" & We Got the Power
  • Two trailers including "The Lost Trailer"
  • Director and executive producer commentary
  • Outtakes
  • Cast & crew bios
  • Redd Kross "Ballad of a Lovedoll" video

Synopsis

Desperate Teenage Lovedolls
A comically punky version of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls , Desperate Teenage Lovedolls tells the story of three disaffected young girls who leave home to become rock stars. Lead singer Kitty Carryall (Jennifer Schwartz), whose mother is played by a shrill, hysterical man in a dress, runs away to Venice, CA, where she and a friend shoot heroin and meet a drummer named Patch. Kitty joins Patch in beating a Dylanesque tramp to death with his own guitar and battles a tough girl-gang called the She-Devils on a beach, stabbing one of them to escape. Despite raping one of the girls at his Brentwood condo, sleazy agent Johnny Tremaine engineers the Love Dolls' rise to the top, off a hot album called Electric Catbox. Soon, the band is at the top and decides to drop Johnny, so they drug his wine, setting the scene for a hilarious "bad trip" segment involving stuffed cats and a suicidal plunge from a building. The tragedy continues in grand rock-movie style as the band's guitarist is murdered by the She-Devils and Kitty shoots one of them to death in retaliation. We next see Kitty a year later, wandering the train tracks as a derelict. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Tracy Lea
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    Steve McDonald
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    Hilary Rubens
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    Jennifer Schwartz
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