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Director  Ted V. Mikels
Producer  Ted V. Mikels
Country  United States
2.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Drama, Music
Language  English
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Release date  1968 (1968)
Writer  Leighton J. Peatman (screenplay), Art Names (screenplay), John T. Wilson (screenplay)
Cast  Jody Daniels (Finley 'Critter' Jones), Leslie McRay (Michele Casey (as Leslie McRae)), Tom Pace (Buz Nichols), Mark Herron (Leo McCabe), Bara Byrnes (Joanie Nichols)
Music director  Nicholas Carras, Chris Howard
Similar movies  Blackhat, It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown, Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird, Memento, Burnt, Silver Linings Playbook
Tagline  The glitz and glamor of being a big time Hollywood Go-Go dancer looked good from a distance, but up-close it was another story...this story

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Girl in Gold Boots is a 1968 crime/drama film about the seedy underworld of go-go dancing, directed by Ted V. Mikels, who also directed The Astro-Zombies.


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Michele, a young woman who works at a dead-end job, is convinced by an untrustworthy man named Buz to go with him to Los Angeles, where he claims to have connections that can land her a job as a Go-Go dancer. The two head to L.A., along with a hitchhiker named Critter. Once in Los Angeles, Michele gets a job as a dancer and learns how the club owner and other dancers are connected to the drug trade.


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  • Jody Daniels as Finley 'Critter' Jones
  • Leslie McRay as Michele Casey (as Leslie McRae)
  • Tom Pace as Buz Nichols
  • Mark Herron as Leo McCabe
  • Bara Byrnes as Joanie Nichols
  • William Bagdad as Marty
  • Victor Izay as Mr. Casey
  • Harry Lovejoy as Harry Blatz
  • James Victor as Joey
  • Rod Wilmoth as Officer
  • Chris Howard as Chris
  • Mike Garrison as Station Attendant
  • Michael Derrick as Car Attendant
  • Sheila Roberts as Store Clerk
  • Dennis Childs as Jail Inmate
  • Home media

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    In 2001, Image Entertainment released the Region 1 DVD of Girl in Gold Boots. This version is now out-of-print. In 2007, a Region 0 DVD of the movie was released by Alpha Video.


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    Girl in Gold Boots was featured as a Season 10 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Apparent skips in the print used in the television program led to some amusing continuity problems, including a scene in a diner in which Buz suddenly appears in his seat next to Michele and Critter as if he teleports in during their conversation. One DVD release (from MMI Image Entertainment, using a print from Geneni Film Distributing Company), shows the scene without the "teleport" skip but has its own continuity breaks, suggesting two different prints from the original film were used.


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    Nearly half of the songs in this music-laden movie, including the title song, were written by singer-songwriter and sound engineer Chris Howard, who appears as himself and is backed by a band called "The Third World" in the credits (not to be confused with the reggae band Third World). One scene features bongo player Preston Epps, who had achieved some fame a decade earlier with his 1959 pop hit, "Bongo Rock". In fact, Epps is listed in the opening credits as "that Bongo Rock man." Another notable band member at the club in L.A. is Donald "Duck" Dunn, bass player for Booker T. & the M.G.'s.


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