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Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Alex Cox introduces another classic cult movie. Tonight:
The Grissom Gang starring Kim Darby Tony Musante Scott Wilson.
Kansas City , 1931. When three petty crooks kidnap heiress
Barbara Blandish , they fall prey to the notorious
Grissom Gang. The Grissoms butcher them and hold their valuable catch for ransom.
Miss Blandish soon faces the unwelcome affection of psychotic Slim ... A tale of violence and greed based on James Hadley Chase 's
No Orchids for Miss Blandish.
Directed by ROBERT ALDRICH Television presentation by NICK JONES
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Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Kim Darby
Unknown: Tony Musante
Unknown: Kansas City
Unknown: Barbara Blandish
Unknown: Grissom Gang.
Unknown: James Hadley Chase
Directed By: Robert Aldrich
Presentation By: Nick Jones
Barbara Blandish: Kim Darby
Slim Grissom: Scott Wilson
Eddie Hagan: Tony Musante
Dave: Robert Lansing
Anna Borg: Connie Stevens
Ma Grissom: Irene Dailey






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