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Flesh For Frankenstein
House On The Edge
Of The Park

Island Of Death
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Street Trash
The Texas Chain
Saw Massacre

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Marilyn Burns
Marilyn Burns in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) and Eaten Alive (1977)
Marilyn is the Queen of the Screamers!
  Marilyn Burns redefined the role of the Scream Queen with her part as Sally Hardesty in Tobe Hooper's groundbreaking The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974). Burns is totally believable as the tormented victim, accentuating the film's grim dementia with her incessant screams. Texas also sees Burns in her absolute prime - a stunningly beautful woman with a great figure. Burns returned to the grindhouse scene later - with (ex-boyfriend) Tobe Hooper - in Eaten Alive (aka Death Trap, 1977). And once again she showed us why she is arguably the best horror film actress of all time.
Scream Queen Marilyn Burns
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Marilyn Burns
Marilyn seems naturally talented at acting
Staggeringly beautiful in Texas - you can't help but notice her breasts in that movie...
Stripped-off partly in Eaten Alive - extra points for the nipples in Texas...
Piercing and varied - Marilyn knows how to do terrified excellently!
Didn't do a great deal of acting, but was always outstanding in the horror roles she played. Despite her amazing figure, Burns never stripped-off fully. She went part way in Eaten Alive, and gave us at least two good things to look at in Texas, but her screaming skills make up for that.
MARILYN BURNS MOVIES ON... The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Helter Skelter, Eaten Alive, Kiss Daddy Goodbye, Future Kill The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Helter Skelter, Eaten Alive, Kiss Daddy Goodbye, Future Kill
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