Somehow, Z-movie director Harry "White Gorilla" Fraser managed to convince real-life conjoined twins Violet and Daisy Hilton to appear in a bizarre movie called Chained for Life in 1951. The women had made their first cinematic appearance in Tod Browning's intense 1930s movie Freaks , and apparently the public outcry at that movie hadn't soured them on Hollywood — or sub-Hollywood. In Chained for Life , billed as a pseudo-scientific exploration of "real Siamese Twins," the women describe how they got tangled up with a man who was later murdered. And they throw in a lot of unnecessary details about their dating lives in the process. This movie was sort of the creepy, exploitation Fringe of its day: Full of melodrama, murder, and anomalies of science. [Chained for Life via IMDB]