The Girl in Gold Boots (1968)





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This swinging 1960s musical chronicles the adventures of a free-wheeling draft dodger who teams up with a biker and his movie-star-wannabe girlfriend and heads for Tinseltown. Once there, the biker goes to meet his go-go girl sister and her boss at the local disco.
Classics , Drama , Musical & Performing Arts
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Geneni Film Distributing Company


Bara Byrnes
as Joanie Nichols
Tom Pace
as Buz Nichols
Jody Daniels
as Finley 'Critter' Jones
Leslie McRae
as Michele Casey
Mark Herron
as Leo McCabe
Victor Izay
as Mr. Casey
Harry Lovejoy
as Harry Blatz
Rod Wilmoth
as Officer
Mike Garrison
as Gas Station Attendant
Sheila Roberts
as Store Clerk
Jerry Ambler
as Motorcyclist
Michael Derrick
as Car Attendant
Duke Graham
as Motorcyclist
Anne McAnn
as Waitress
as Cocktail Waitress
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Audience Reviews for The Girl in Gold Boots

Rating reflects the MST3K presentation, which is pretty hilarious, I honestly don't know how this turkey would hold up under it's own weight otherwise. Rental? Of the comedy version, yes.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

Typical cheap drive-in fair that isn't as bad as it IMDB Bottom 100 rating but is still really dull. The acting in Girl in Gold Boots isn't as bad as you would expect but in typical "budget" films of the era it is filled with excessive "filling" shots that really drag down what was already a dull and absurd storyline.

Jonathan Porras
Jonathan Porras

Confusing plot that goes no where, horrible acting, dull characters, and everything else that makes a good episode for Mystery Science Theater 3000. Otherwise, it's a lacking film that will drive you to boredom.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

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