|Girls Gone Bad: The Delinquent Dames Collection|
DVD front cover
|Distributed by||Passport Video|
|Release date(s)||©2007 Passport International Entertainment, LLC - (USA)|
|Running time||Approx. 1755 MIN.|
Girls Gone Bad - The Delinquent Dames Collection (released 2007), is a five (5) disc DVD boxset showing 25 hours of campy, cult classic exploitation films from 1930 through 1965. Some from the 1940s could be categorized as film-noir genre titles.
The films are all low budget B Movies which portray young women falling prey to the evils of drug addiction, prostitution, unsafe sex, and girl gangs. Jail Bait (1954 film) and The Violent Years, are from cult director Edward D. Wood. Swamp Women is one of Roger Corman's earliest films. Bad Girls Go to Hell is an early sexploitation film by Doris Wishman.
Though IMDB's release dates differentiate from the dates below, the dates shown here are found on the original DVD details. This 'release date' misconception occurred because of filming cancellation or failure. Nevertheless, these films were picked up by interested filmmakers and eventually released to the public.
Girls Gone Bad - The Delinquent Dames Collection, contains the following films:
DISK 1, (250 MIN.)
DISK 2, (331 MIN.)
DISK 3, (328 MIN.)
DISK 4, (374 MIN.)
DISK 5, (323 MIN.)