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REFORM SCHOOL GIRL
11 X 14 REPRODUCTION LOBBY CARD
This is a 11 x 14 inch reproduction of a classic lobby card. Though some original wear may be seen in the print the image has been computer enhanced. Slight flaws, tears, folds and marks have been fixed, removed or diminished. Professionally printed on heavy poster stock paper this item is perfect for framing and makes a great edition to any room, office or home theater.
About this movie:
Reform School Girl is a 1957 film starring Gloria Castillo as a teenage girl who is sent to a reformatory. The film was directed by Edward Bernds and was produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff. Reform School Girl was one of many sexploitation films released by American International Pictures (AIP) during the 1950s and 1960s. AIP’s films during this period were largely focused on juvenile delinquency. As part of the AIP formula, young girls were typically depicted as “good” or “bad” the latter of which were petty criminals, gang members, or the girlfriends of gang members. Other AIP films in the same genre included Drag Strip Girl, Hot Rod Girl, and High School Hellcats. The film marked the acting debut of Sally Kellerman. While filming the movie, she met Vickers and Byrnes and the three of them became lifelong friends. The entertainment site Rotten Tomatoes gives the movie a “0%” audience rating. Since the film’s release in 1957, the original theatrical movie poster, featuring blond haired Yvette Vickers fighting dark haired Gloria Castillo, has become a collector’s item.