Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Directed by old Superman-hand Lee Sholem, Louisiana Hussy is one of the better "swamp trash" B flicks of the 1960s. Nan Peterson stars as Nina Duprez, an alluring Cajun beauty who leaves disaster in her wake wherever she goes. In the course of the film's 66 minutes, she destroys several families, breaks up quite a few marriages, and drives at least one unfortunate young girl to suicide. Nina is finally trapped in one of her own webs of sexual intrigue. Featured in the cast is Betty Lynn, who'd have better luck as a Southern belle when she played Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show.
bride, femme-fatale, rampage, suicide