Bloody Mama (1970) Original Trailer
Original trailer with twisted content right up front, and commentary resembling critical praise for producer-director Roger Corman, for Bloody Mama, 1970, from American International Pictures, with Shelley Winters, Robert De Niro and Bruce Dern.
Bloody Mama (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Open, That's What You Call Family
The young girl here is Lisa Jill, her comments perhaps voiced by Shelley Winters, who plays the character shell grow up to be, in what amounts to an origin myth for Kate Ma Barker, custom title song by Don Randi, Al Simms and Bob Silver, in Roger Cormans outrageous Bloody Mama, 1970.
Bloody Mama (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Nightgown Of The Lord
Two of her boys jailed, in Arkansas ca. 1930, Kate Ma Barker (Shelley Winters) decides to stage a bank job with the two she has handy, Robert De Niro as Lloyd, Clint Kimbrough as Arthur, in director Roger Cormans Bloody Mama, 1970, from American International Pictures.
Bloody Mama (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Ozark Massage
With more narration from Shelley Winters as title-character Kate Ma Barker, we join her jailed son Fred (Robert Walden) and kinky cellmate Dirkman (Bruce Dern), his character based on the actual Barker crony Alvin Karpis, in Bloody Mama, 1970, from Roger Corman and AIP.
Bloody Mama (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Like The Barker Family Does
Her boys (Robert Walden, Robert De Niro, Clint Kimbrough as Fred, Lloyd and Arthur, led by Don Stroud as eldest Herman) have just committed an unnecessary murder, which Shelley Winters as Ma Barker rationalizes, before resuming quasi-historical narration, in Bloody Mama, 1970.