From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Ginger (1971, USA) is a Sexploitation-Crime film directed by Don Schain.
- Followed by: The Abductors | Girls Are For Loving
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- Included in: 42nd Street Forever: Volume 1
- Released in 1971
- Running Time: 90 min | Netherlands:102 min
- Production Co: Derio
- Distribution Co: GA International (Australia) (video) | Joseph Brenner Associates
- Directed by Don Schain
- Written by Don Schain
- Starring Cheri Caffaro, Duane Tucker, Herbert Kerr, Calvin Culver, David Ross, Michele Norris
- Produced by Ralph T. Desiderio
- Original Music by Robert G. Orpin
- Cinematography by R. Kent Evans
- She's sinful ... she's provocative ... she's super spy "Ginger."
- Every man wanted her, no man could tame her! The best secret weapon ever to wear a dress!
- MEET GINGER-Her weapon is her body. She can cut you, kill you, or cure you.
- To bust a ring that specializes in assorted sports you need a girl who's played them all.