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Robert Vincent O'Neill (adaptation)
Lou Whitehill (writer)
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Release Date:
April 1973 (USA) See more »
Deadly with their hands... Deadlier with their bodies..! See more »
An insurance investigator battles Dr. Tsu and her sexy all-girl army. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
User Reviews:
A cheesy shining gem: Pure fun with poor trash. See more (11 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Nancy Kwan ... Dr. Tsu

Ross Hagen ... Mike Harber
Maria De Aragon ... Linda
Roberta Collins ... Laura
Tony Lorea ... Paulson / Lorenzo

Sid Haig ... Gregorious
Vic Diaz ... Lapu-Lapu (as Vic Dias)
Claire Polan ... Vera (as Claire Hagen)
Shirley Washington ... Maggie
Gail Hansen ... Gail
Eleanor Siron ... Mei-Ling
Bruno Punzalan ... Nono the Fisherman
Joonee Gamboa ... Won Ton Charlie
Rick Revere ... Paulson's attendant
Rudy DeJesus ... The Boy
Wendy Green ... The Swimmer (as Wendy Greene)
Leila Benitez ... Lillian Taylor
Ross Rival ... Ramon the Jai-Alai Player
Jess Ramos ... The Crabman
Phred Kaufman ... The Beggar
Beau Marks ... The Blind Athlete
Joe Conners ... Joe the Athlete

Logan Clarke ... The Attendant
Victor Vematsu ... The Servant
Moises Sia ... Paulson's attendant
Sal Vaca ... The Desk Clerk
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Robyn Hilton ... Blonde In White Bikini (uncredited)
Marilyn Joi ... (uncredited)
Leslie McRay ... Wonder Woman (uncredited)

Directed by
Robert Vincent O'Neill  (as Robert O'Neil)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert Vincent O'Neill  adaptation (as Robert O'Neil)
Lou Whitehill  writer

Produced by
Don Gottlieb .... executive producer (as Donald Gottlieb)
Ross Hagen .... producer
Ronald Remy .... executive producer
Original Music by
Carson Whitsett 
Cinematography by
Ricardo M. David 
Film Editing by
Richard Greer 
Art Direction by
Ben Otico 
Makeup Department
Ernie Carvajal .... makeup artist
Production Management
Gerry Gerena .... assistant production manager
Arthur Marks .... executive in charge of production
Nilo Saez .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Erik Cord .... second unit director
Sound Department
Elpidio Salvador .... sound
Special Effects by
Jessie Sto. Domingo .... special effects
Erik Cord .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Alejandrino .... still photographer
Rodolfo Bautista .... assistant camera
Manolito Cuenco .... assistant camera
Beau Marks .... still photographer
Michael Neyman .... additional photography
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jerry Bacon .... wardrobe designer
Music Department
Charles May .... composer: song "Wonder Women"
Other crew
Bert Amazan Jr. .... script supervisor
Vic 'Basing' Costelo .... schedule master

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Deadly and the Beautiful" - Europe (English title)
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82 min | Philippines:90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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A mortuary was used as the location for Dr. Tsu's fortress.See more »
Continuity: Linda first kills one female guard just outside the office where Mr. Harber is being held, and then kills a second female guard to help him escape. On their way out of the same entrance, the dead body of the first female guard has disappeared.See more »
Mike Harber:You've got great legs baby.
Linda:Thank you.
Mike Harber:But there too long.
Mike Harber:Yeah. I don't like long legs. They get in the way.
Linda:Well we will see about keeping them out of the way.
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
A cheesy shining gem: Pure fun with poor trash., 23 May 2000
Author: Clarence Abernathy from GERMANY

Ever been bored by reviewing some James Bond/Roger Moore vehicles from the Seventies which you remembered to be entertaining? Then this is what you need: A proletarian, tongue-in-cheek Bond-like action flick (or ARE they possibly serious with this kinda stuff? We'll never know...). A movie garbage can overwhelmingly filled with cheesy sex, GWG (girls with guns, bra and thighs included), sleazy villain Ross Hagen as the hero, a bit of horror, some mutants, a lot of action, a bit of whatever you want. If you don't expect watching a Bergman movie. Real weird cheesy trash with lots of genuine seventies'"trashion", all deliciously and perfectly ripened through the years. A guilty please of mine. Great fun!

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