Wilma McClatchie in 'Big Bad Mama' (1974) Angie Dickinson dropped her drawers and picked up a gun for this low-budget Roger Corman-produced exploitation flick set during the 1930s. No doubt her fiery red hair and sultry demeanor threw off everyone from suspecting she could be convincing as a ruthless kidnapper, bank robber, bootlegger and mothering crime lord. But one man wasn't fooled: William Shatner, between his tenures as Capt. Kirk, shows up for one red-hot love scene with Miss Dickinson.
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