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Küss mich, Monster -- KISS ME, MONSTER finds The Red Lips moonlighting on a striptease world tour - but no sooner do they hit the stage than the girls are up to their pasties in stiffs, Satanists and Sapphic sadists, all after a secret formula for human clones!
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March 1975 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Janine Reynaud ... Diana (as Janine Renaud)
Rosanna Yanni ... Regina (as Rossana Yanni)
Chris Howland ... Francis McClune
Michel Lemoine ... Jacques Maurier
Manuel Velasco ... Andy (as Manolo Velasco)
Manolo Otero ... Dimitri (as Manuel Otero)
Ana Casares ... Linda
Adrian Hoven ... Eric Vicas
Marta Reves ... Irina
Barta Barri ... Inspektor Kramer
María Antonia Redondo ... Bulumba

Jesús Franco ... Abilene's Contact Man
Dorit Dom ... Anita (as Maria Dom)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fernando de Rojas
Carlos Mendy
Gregorio de Mora ... Andros
Nélida Quiroga
Caroline Rivière
Karl Heinz Mannchen ... Man at Bar (uncredited)

Directed by
Jesús Franco 
Writing credits
Jesús Franco (idea) &
Luis Revenga (idea)

Jesús Franco (screenplay) &
Luis Revenga (screenplay)

Karl Heinz Mannchen  story (uncredited)

Produced by
Pier A. Caminnecci .... associate producer
Adrian Hoven .... producer
José López Moreno .... producer
Original Music by
Jerry van Rooyen 
Cinematography by
Jorge Herrero 
Franz Hofer 
Film Editing by
Francisco García Velázquez 
María Luisa Soriano  (as Maruja Soriano)
Art Direction by
Graf Pilati 
Carlos Viudes 
Production Management
Karl Heinz Mannchen .... production manager (as Karl-Heinz Mannchen)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Francisco Lara Polop .... assistant director
Music Department
Daniel White .... composer: additional music (uncredited in German version)
Other crew
C.M. Wakefield .... director of dialogue

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Also Known As:
"Kiss Me Monster" - USA (dubbed version)
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Spain:87 min | USA:75 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:M (1995 VHS release) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | UK:18 (original rating) | UK:15 (re-rating) (2005) | USA:R
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Camp Fun And Curves, Brought To You By Jess Franco, 1 July 2008
Author: Bensch from Salzburg, Austria

I am a big Fan of Jess Franco, who is, with over 180 films as a director, quite possibly the most prolific filmmaker alive. There is no doubt that the man's impressive repertoire includes some masterpieces ("Miss Muerte", "Venus In Furs"), many highly entertaining flicks and many stinkers ("Sadomania") alike. While "Küss Mich, Monster" of 1969 is certainly not one of the highlights in Franco's career, it is yet a camp and quite fun to watch little spy-spoof that fans of Franco and amusing kitsch in general should enjoy. Even though the film has a certain macabre humor, this is easily one of the tamest films from this highly prolific exploitation director. Of course, the year is 1969, and it is obvious that the film is not gonna be the sleaze-fest that Franco's 70s and 80s productions were. While I did expect 60s sexploitation, however, the film has some kinky parts, but is overall a pretty harmless little black comedy. Janine Reynaud's bared breasts are the most nudity the viewer will get to see in this film, and the violence is also very tame for Franco standards. Yet, this does in no way lessen the film's value as a likable and amusing (if terribly silly) little comedy that should not leave its viewers bored. This is a sequel to the (supposedly better) "Rote Lippen, Sadisterotica" from the same year. It follows two sexy female spies, Diana (Janine Reynaud) and Regina (Rosanna Yanni), on their investigations, which mainly include flirtations, skimpy outfits, eccentric villains and bizarre situations. This is certainly no highlight of any sort, but camp humor and the sexy female cast make it a worthwhile time-waster. Recommended to my fellow Jess Franco fans.

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