Synopsis by Hal Erickson
An all-too-typical "moonshine movie" of the 1960s, Sod Sisters was also shipped out as Head for the Hills. A bootlegger (Tim E. Lane) has buried a fortune in stolen money somewhere in the swamplands, but can't remember where. Meanwhile, two nubile sisters (Genie Palmer and Breege McCoy) come across the swag. The gals inexplicably toss the dough into the river, leading to a slapsticky climax. If you like cutoffs and halter tops, Sod Sisters will be your dish; if not, we suggest you take the advice offered in the film's alternate title.
loot, search, sister