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Hollywood After Dark

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Hollywood After Dark

Walk the Angry Beach
The Rotten Apple
Directed by John Hayes
Produced by John Hayes
Written by John Hayes
Starring Jack Vorno
Rue McClanahan
John Barrick
Paul Bruce
Ernest Macias
Lea Marmer
Leslie Moorhouse
Music by Bill Marx
Cinematography Vilis Lapenieks
Editing by Esther Poche
Ronald Thorne
Distributed by Headliner Productions
Release date(s)
Running time 74 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Walk the Angry Beach, also known as Hollywood After Dark and The Unholy Choice, is an exploitation film starring Rue McClanahan as a stripper who aspires to become a movie actress, but ends up being exploited by the industry.

DVD releases

In 2005, the film was featured in the finale of the television series, Deadly Cinema.

In 2006, the film was released as a double feature DVD with another McClanahan film, The Rotten Apple.

In 2007, the film was featured in the direct-to-DVD series, The Film Crew.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Rotten Tomatoes
  • Bizarro Masterpiece Theatre Review


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