Part One of ‘Jail Bait’ (1954)

It is with great trepidation pleasure that I present to you another film by B-movie screwball innovator director, chief cook and bottle washer Ed Wood!

And, so, without further ado, here’s Part One of Jail Bait!

PS: If you’re with the political correctness police, you might want to skip this one.

Just sayin’. 🙂

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4 Responses to Part One of ‘Jail Bait’ (1954)

  1. When I find the time, I simply MUST watch this one, if only to get a gander of the woman in the lower right of the promo photo, sporting leisure-wear and a gun… 😉

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  2. moviefanman says:

    I saw this one years ago on one of the local access stations in Philly, the local colleges could air public domain films and Drexel University always aired Jail Bait and Glenn or Glenda. I mainly saw it for Steve Reeves in his feature film debut before he went to Italy and got famous. It’s actually not a half bad little movie, the acting is a little creaky sometimes, but not amateurish or clunky. Reeves did the finest job I thought. Wood proved he was capable of making thrilling linear narrative films on a small budget, and could’ve been the King of the Indies, but then he let the schlock fly. Not that there’s anything wrong with liking them, but sometimes I felt like Wood had a talent inside him he never honed properly.

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    • Debbi says:

      Yeah. Frankly, I’m impressed with low-budget filmmakers in general.

      I saw this was classified as a film noir, and I couldn’t resist taking it on. 🙂

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