Hitchhike to Hell

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Hitchhike to Hell (1941, USA) is a drama film directed by Pat Carlyle.

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Main Details

  • Released on April 11, 1941
  • B&W
  • Running time: 56 minutes
  • Distribution Co.: Mack Enterprises
  • Directed by Pat Carlyle
  • Written by Gil Patric
  • Starring: Charles Maurice, Don Hirst, Diane Winthrop


Plot Summary

  • This skid-row-sploitation yarn finds a rural pimp named Slavik, who has girls up and down the highway. The enterprising Slavik sets his sights on the 'Wagon Wheel Saloon and Cabins', operated by the philosophically moralizing Pop and his daughter Barbara, and plots to convert it into a brothel.


Tagline

  • TAINTED LIVES SOLD DOWN THE RIVER OF SIN FOR A FEW PIECES OF SILVER!
  • Condemned for LIFE and ETERNITY!
  • One Night of Bliss...A LIFETIME OF REGRET!
  • Forbidden TO LIVE WITH DECENT SOCIETY!
  • ARE YOU GUILTY! THIS MUST BE TOLD!


Also Known As

  • Honky Tonk Girl
  • Highway Hell
  • Going My Way, Mister?
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