Wednesday, December 25, 2013

The Girl from Pussycat (1969)

Director: Smythe David

Writer: Roman Hans

Composer: ???

Starring:Inga Daar, Gay Lamour, Bayard King, Genevieve Wilde, Karin Catlin, Fanny Rickles, Uta Bergen, Konrad Blau, Ken Starr, Yani Graco, Anthony John, Noel Richards, Oscar Collins, Wendal Coe

More info: IMDb

Tagline: The hard-loving girl gang goes big time!

Plot: The Girl from Pussycat wants you to join her gang of sex-crazed semi-lesbian sociopath sex-kittens as they pick up guys, make love to gals, and even rob a bank. And what better way to celebrate stealing a cool $250,000 than to throw the money on the floor, invite some friends over, and have an old-fashioned orgy on top of it. But when one of their dumb boyfriends threatens to call the cops, butch boss Bobbi promptly cooks his fingers in a toaster.

My rating: 4/10

Will I watch it again? No.

Man, I really dig these opening credits!!!

Not a bad way to start a picture, either!!!

Or continue one!!!

The gals rob a bank.  Back at the apartment...Hey, let's get these filthy clothes off and play with the money...and each other!!!

The plot?  Yes, there is one.  Barely.  After they rob a bank and call the fellas over for an orgy, one of the girls' boyfriends works at the bank they just held up.  When he finds out, he threatens to turn them all in but the butchiest of them has him tied up and tortured.  Yawn.  Really, the only thing that kept my attention is the great gratuitous nudity and the classical music soundtrack (it sounded like Mozart but not any of his works that I'm familiar with) which added to the bizarreness of it all.  Even the music got old because they kept using one particular piece over and over.  This picture is barely an hour but it really did feel three times that long.  Seriously.  But 60s women were hot when shot in black & white, huh?  This is a Something Weird Video DVD double feature with KITTEN IN A CAGE (1968).  As with most of their professional releases (they also have hundreds of DVD-Rs of all kinds of stuff), this one comes loaded with excellent extras including lots of similarly themed trailers and vintage shorts including FRIENDLY KITTEN...





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