L.A. Knockers

The L.A. Knockers was an all-female dance troupe that formed in 1974 and stayed together (with members coming and going) for 12 years.

There's a fan page here. And one of the original members has posted a collection of L.A. Knockers videos on YouTube.

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It was their name and ultra 70s look that first caught my attention. But when I googled about them, I discovered they also had a run-in with tragedy. One of the original members, Lissa Kastin (middle, above), became a victim of the Hillside Strangler in 1977.

     Posted By: Alex - Wed Jul 19, 2017
     Category: 1970s | Dance

Apparently the troupe didn't work in Northern California. I'd not heard of them before this. What is presented here shows a good dance troupe. I kind of wonder how risque the act could be? Could I take the family to watch?
Posted by KDP on 07/19/17 at 04:32 PM
Cute, but not a patch on Pans People: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihM1bqIKYBY
Posted by Richard Bos on 07/23/17 at 05:32 AM
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