Swamp Girl

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1971
  • Running time: 78 min
Swamp Girl is a 1971 American backcountry drama film, independently made on a low budget in Georgia by Donald A. Davis Productions, Inc., co-produced and co-written by Don Davis (who also directed), Jack Vaughn (who also plays a cameo role) and Jay... read more

Swamp Girl is a 1971 American backcountry drama film, independently made on a low budget in Georgia by Donald A. Davis Productions, Inc., co-produced and co-written by Don Davis (who also directed), Jack Vaughn (who also plays a cameo role) and Jay Kulp (who was also the cinematographer and died in the aftermath of a jeep accident near the end of production). The sole name billed before the title is that of country singer Ferlin Husky, with second billing going to country singer-songwriter Claude King. The title role is played by Georgia native Simone Griffeth who receives an "Introducing" credit in her film debut. Swamp Girl's general release was in November 1971, but the location of the premiere, in June, was the small Georgia city of Waycross, the closest city to the Okefenokee Swamp. The opening credits state, "Swamp locations courtesy of Okefenokee Swamp Park Waycross, Georgia" and "Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge U.S. Dept. of Interior Folkston, Georgia".

Original Release

01/01/1971

US Release

01/01/1971

Cast

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