This film takes you down the shore with an all-women crew to Wildwood, NJ, the last great American blue-collar seaside carnival town. Wildwood, NJ moves beyond gum-cracking, big hair, and press-on nails to look into the souls of women raised on the boardwalks rides, lights and come-ons. Grandmothers and go-go girls; girls who work as vampires in boardwalk haunted houses. Tween girls stretching out on their first trip without their parents: young, rangy a little drunk on Bud, dukes up, nose open, with a couppla’ bucks to burn. A Wildwood honeymoon, virginity lost to a boardwalk stranger, fistfights, madness, babies — and no matter what — returning to Wildwood year after year as they grow up and grow old. —Ruthlessfilms.com
As the Carter Family sings "Wildwood Flower" an elaborate embroidered border is created around an image of a nude woman riding slowly toward the camera, producing a kind of cameo in motion.
"Come to the church in the wildwood"---even if you live in town! Filmed at the Billy Graham Chapel, this DVD features the immortal sounds of the Goodmans, Jake Hess, Hovie Lister, and others. Includes "Just a Closer Walk with Thee," "Keep on the Sunny Side," "Revive Us Again," "We'll Soon Be Done with Troubles and Trials," and more.
Her trademarked curls hidden under a black wig, Mary Pickford stars as a wide-eyed Indian maiden. Two braves vie for the heroine's affections, leading to a bloody duel to the death.
Vicki Mason, a high school senior, decides to prove a point by trying out for the school football team