Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Cover Girl Killer demonstrates that the sleaze market was as active in 1960 as today. In this grindhouse quickie, some looney tune is bumping off photographer's models. A Hugh Hefner-type girlie mag publisher, anxious that his talent pool not be depleted, sets a trap for the killer. The publisher's top model, a pneumatic blonde, allows herself to be used as bait. There's epidermis aplenty but no outright nudity in Cover Girl Killer; still, the film found its way on the "art house" circuit in the early 1960s.
publisher, serial-killer, magazine, murder, pin-up-girl, trap, decoy