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646f9e108c Explosive drama and action when two sexy girls go on a bank robbing binge.
While watching this, I couldn&#39;t help but be remind of Thelma &amp; Louise. Granted, this is a B-Movie version of two women on a bank robbing spree with a lot more violence and sex. I think this movie would have been better if they stuck to the somewhat lighter tones the had earlier in the film and away stayed from the heavy violence that came later. It went a little too over the top at the end and it kind of fell apart even on it&#39;s own low level. Not even any real good chase scenes that I had hoped for after recently watching other Roger Corman classics, Eat My Dust! &amp; Grand Theft Auto.<br/><br/>** (out of 4)
The Great Texas Dynamite chase, is a classic, 70s drive-in B movie. The beautiful, late Claudia Jennings, stars as prison escapee, Candy Morgan. She blasts her way out of the slammer, using sticks of dynamite. Candy learned her explosives skills through a training program for inmates, while she was incarcerated. Guess the clueless prison administration, never figured that inmates would use their training to break out.<br/><br/>Right after escaping, Candy decides to rob a bank. It&#39;s the same bank that Ellie Jo, a young attractive woman, works at as a Teller. Ellie Jo&#39;s fascist boss, decides to fire her, for repeated tardiness. On the same day that Ellie Jo is fired, Candy bursts into the bank, holding lit sticks of dynamite. Candy threatens to blow-up the bank with the dynamite, unless they hand-over the dough. Ellie Jo, outraged at just being fired, enthusiastically helps Candy fill her bags with the bank&#39;s cash.<br/><br/>Candy quickly flees in an old 50s Buick, to her father&#39;s farm. She meets-up with her family, and gives them the stolen money. Candy&#39;s family is deeply impoverished. But now, thanks to Candy&#39;s larcenous ways, her father is now able to keep his farm. Reluctantly, Candy quickly leaves her family behind. She knows that she has to, realizing that the law will be hot on her trail.<br/><br/>Meanwhile, Ellie Jo feels cast adrift, after losing her Teller job. She feels stifled by living in her small, dull town. Ellie Jo wants out, and so she takes off, hitch-hiking to parts unknown, even to her. As luck would have it, Ellie Jo is given a ride, by none other than Candy. <br/><br/>Ellie Jo is overjoyed that it&#39;s Candy at the wheel. Candy&#39;s brazen robbery at the bank, has Ellie Jo brimming-over with admiration for Candy. Craving adventure, and with nothing better to do with her life, Ellie Jo begs Candy to let her join her, as Candy&#39;s bank-robbing partner. Candy quickly agrees.<br/><br/>Soon, the two foxy ladies are robbing banks with dynamite, rather than the typical firearms. Ellie Jo talks Candy into the dynamite method, after witnessing how easily Candy did it during the initial bank robbery. Candy and Ellie Jo, make their way across Texas, robbing banks and evading capture. They both become known by the public, as the legendary &#39;dynamite women&#39;, because of their use of dynamite, as their weapons of choice. <br/><br/>While robbing a convenience store, Candy and Ellie Jo take a young cowboy hostage. Ellie Jo soon falls for the hunky young stud. He suggests posing as a professional hostage. The women think it&#39;s a great idea, to help expedite their bank-robberies. <br/><br/>The three get richer and richer, from their thievery. They buy a Rolls Roy

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