Streetwalkin' (1985)





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This exploitation outing attempts to add insight into the lives of teenage prostitutes as it tells the story of how, by circumstance, a young runaway is forced into the ancient profession.
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Concorde Pictures


Daniel Jordano
as Henchman #2
Greg Germann
as Creepy
Kim Chan
as Desk Clerk
Melissa Leo
as Cookie
Julie Newmar
as Queen Bee
Annie Golden
as Phoebe
Antonio Fargas
as Finesse
Tom Wright
as Henchman #1
Richard Council
as John in Nova
Kirk Taylor
as Spade
as Jason
Michael Manuel Torres
as Numbers Seller
Michael Russo
as Tim's Double
Samantha Fox
as Topless dancer
Deborah Offner
as Heather
Julie Cohen
as Tricia
Gordon Press
as One's Owner
John Branagan
as Duke's Double
J.S. Johnson
as Masochistic Businessman
Garth Gardner
as Shy John
Annie Allman
as Queen Bee's Double
Tyra Janssen
as Jason's Hooker
Jake Reno
as Cop #1
Bill Shuman
as John in Convertible
Lyneise Williams
as Young Girl At Bar
Daniel Jardano
as Henchman #2
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Critic Reviews for Streetwalkin'

All Critics (1)

There's actually very little plot here to sustain 80 minutes of screentime, with much of Streetwalkin' feeling slack and disinterested, despite a few ambitious moments of psychological study

Full Review… | August 3, 2011

Audience Reviews for Streetwalkin'

Okay, if I'm being completely honest here this all screams of Reagan-era hysteria over what would happen to the children if you let them out of your sight for a second, but it has some amusingly sleazy moments and builds to a decent enough stand-off between the newly minted teen whore and her 'vicious' pimp, though I never fully bought someone as milquetoast as Dale Midkiff as a streetwise thug. Rent that mother.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

This actually manages some substance despite its B-movie feel. Pretty much all the main actors have gone on to have successful careers.

Jeff B
Jeff B

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