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Guerillas in Pink Lace (1964)

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An American named Muprhy is in the Phillipines after the invasion of Pearl Harbor and wants to get out but lost all his money gambling. When the Japanese invade, he desperate to get out. ... See full summary »

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Miss Gloria Maxine
Valerie Varda ...
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An American named Muprhy is in the Phillipines after the invasion of Pearl Harbor and wants to get out but lost all his money gambling. When the Japanese invade, he desperate to get out. Murphy meets a priest who's among the ones that are being evacuated and has a seat on a plane but he prefers to remain. So Murphy takes his place on the plane. But the plane is shot down and he finds himself on an island with five women who were also on the plane. They try to evade the Japanese while Murphy tries to maintain the pretense of being a priest with five lovely women. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Drab, boring war movie with supposed comic elements
17 November 2014 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

This is the third Filipino George Montgomery war movie I've seen, the others being "The Steel Claw" and "From Hell To Borneo". Like those two, this particular one manages to be pretty bad. It has a promising premise, with its title suggesting sexy women pressed into combat. But all of the potential manages to be utterly wasted. The women in the movie don't start wearing uniforms and wielding guns until more than two thirds of the movie is over. And when they do, they practically do NOTHING - it's up to Montgomery to do 99% of the work. None of the action in the movie is the least bit exciting, and the comedy is utterly lame and even offensive at times. Movie also suffers from extremely low production values, with the camera jammed close-up to the actors almost all of the time being just one sign of the limited funds. If you want to see a movie where someone disguised as a priest trains some decidedly non-combative people into being soldiers, track down the spaghetti western "Guns For San Sebastian".


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