Roller girl K.C. Carr (Raquel Welch) skates for the Kansas City Bombers until a rivalry with one of her own teammates gets her traded to the Portland Loggers. The team is a mess, run by the dishonest Burt Henry (Kevin McCarthy) and led by drunken captain Jackie Burdette (Helena Kallianiotes). The only teammate K.C. befriends is the veteran “Horrible” Hank Hopkins (Norman Alden). But when Hank ends up being traded, K.C. is forced to fight back against her crooked team. Rachel Welch referred to this film as her favorite. Jody Foster plays Carr’s daughter.
Former Sheriffs Deputy Randy Nolan Boyd took his wife, Joyce, and two children on a climbing expedition on the cliffs west of Bend, Oregon. That is when Randy Nolan Boyd became a widower. The judge said “I strongly suspected that he murdered his wife, and if he did not, he took advantage of what happened and was not unhappy with the result.” Boyd was acquitted of murder but found guilty of criminally negligent homicide.
Bizarre silent hypnosis film done in the late 1930s or early 1940s based upon the Life magazine shown being handed to the subject. Filmed at the University of Oregon.