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Big Zapper (1973)

R | | Adventure | January 1974 (USA)
A female private detective, Harriet Zapper, is hired by a rich old man to find his missing children, and becomes involved in counterfeiting and murder

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Credited cast:
Linda Marlowe ...
Richard Monette ...
Rock Hard
Gary Hope ...
Kono
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Fingers
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Strawberry Jim
Jack May ...
Jeremiah Horn
Penny Irving ...
Maggie
Stuart Lock ...
Septimus / Randy Horn
Bobbi Anne ...
Pandora Horn
Parnell McGarry ...
Lesbian Rose
William Ridoutt ...
Shawn Cobra
Graham Ashley ...
Mr. Cortina
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Marc Arnall ...
Kono's Boy
Robert Breen ...
Kono's Boy
Keith Britto ...
Kono's Boy
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A female private detective, Harriet Zapper, is hired by a rich old man to find his missing children, and becomes involved in counterfeiting and murder

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January 1974 (USA)  »

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Big Zapper zahlt mit blauen Bohnen  »

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Followed by The Swordsman (1974) See more »

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Anti-film at its best!

The fearsome and paid swordsman challenges Zapper. His head flies through the air and lands in the arms of his boss. The head says to the boss 'Sorry boss' and then is silent. Zapper undresses in front of the bad guy. Instead of the beaver You see a flashing star, blinding the bad guy. Everything is played by the actors as if it was Shakespeare, but it isn't Shakespeare - it's far better than that! This isn't pretentious society-glorification. Taken to its maximum (or minimum?) or, in any case, to its extreme, this movie proves that society cannot be taken seriously and especially not entertainment and sex. A film for all those, who have seen enough of main-stream entertainment.


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