Ellie (film)

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Directed byPeter Wittman
Written byGlenn Allen Smith
Produced byFrancine Roudine
StarringSheila Kennedy
Shelley Winters
Edward Albert
Pat Paulsen
George Gobel
CinematographyGeorge Tirl
Music byBob Pickering
Charley Pride
Distributed byTroma Entertainment
Release date
  • 1984 (1984)
Running time
88 minutes

Ellie is a 1984 comedy film directed by Peter Wittman and distributed by Troma Entertainment.


Set in the Deep South, the film follows Ellie (Sheila Kennedy), who, after her father's murder at the hands of her stepmother and her three lecherous stepbrothers, vows to avenge her father's death using the only weapon she has: her voluptuous body.


The film also features appearances from as Shelley Winters, George Gobel, Edward Albert and Pat Paulsen.[1]


Sheila Kennedy also appears in another Troma production, The First Turn-On! [2]


The film was released on DVD in a 3-DVD box also containing Preacherman and Hot Summer in Barefoot County.[3] The film, presented as a "rustic revenge comedy", was screened in 2019 in New York for Troma Tuesdays.[4]


  1. ^ "ELLIE | Troma". Retrieved 2023-06-18.
  2. ^ The Sexy Box Blu-ray (Stuck on You! / The First Turn-On! / Waitress! | corrected UPC 790357107490), retrieved 2023-06-18
  3. ^ "PREACHERMAN (DVD) Reviews Film Threat". 2005-08-24. Retrieved 2023-06-18.
  4. ^ Ferri, John (2019-11-18). "Troma Tuesdays: Rustic Revenge Comedy ELLIE Screening & Sheila Kennedy Q&A November 19th at Film Noir Cinema, NYC and The Grand Gerrard, Toronto!". Attack from Planet B. Retrieved 2023-06-18.

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