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BLAZING STEWARDESSES features Adamson's wife, cult scream queen Regina Carrol, and Yvonne DeCarlo, best know as TV's Lily Munster... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Emmy Nominations Reveal Few Surprises
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The 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Yvonne De Carlo ... Honey Morgan

Robert Livingston ... Ben Brewster (as Bob Livingston)

Don 'Red' Barry ... Mike Trask
Geoffrey Land ... Bob 'Bobby' Travers
Connie Hoffman ... Debbie Stewart
Regina Carrol ... Lori Winters
Marilyn Joi ... Barbara (as T.A. King)
Harry Ritz ... Harry
Jimmy Ritz ... Jimmy
Lon Bradshaw ... Old Timer
Sheldon Lee ... Chuck
Jerry Mills ... Pilot
Jon Shank ... Sheik
Nicolle Riddell ... Jackie (as Nicole Riddell)
Carol Bilger ... Chuck's Girl
Leonard P. Geer ... Plane Passenger (as Leonard Geer)
Jack Tyree ... Plane Passenger
James Winburn ... Plane Passenger
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barney Gelfan ... Plane Passenger (uncredited)
Samuel M. Sherman ... Gunfighter in Blue Shirt (uncredited)

Directed by
Al Adamson 
 
Writing credits
Samuel M. Sherman (story)

Samuel M. Sherman (screenplay) &
John D'Amato (screenplay) (as John R. D'Amato)

Produced by
Dan Q. Kennis .... executive producer
Irwin Pizor .... associate producer
Samuel M. Sherman .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Louis Horvath (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
John Winfield 
 
Makeup Department
Ty Butterworth .... makeup assistant
Melanie Levitt .... makeup artist
Jean Peloquin .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Irv Saunders .... production manager (as Ervin Sanders)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John D'Amato .... assistant director (as John R. D'Amato)
 
Sound Department
Jean Clark .... boom operator
Bob Dietz .... sound recordist (as Robert Dietz)
Aaron Nathanson .... sound re-recordist
 
Stunts
David Sharpe .... stunt double: Don "Red" Barry (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Hedy Dietz .... still photographer
Michael Ferris .... assistant camera (as Mike Ferris)
Gary Graver .... grip (as Robbie McClure)
Michael Mileham .... assistant camera (as Mike Mileham)
Jim Salazar .... grip
Stuart A. Spohn .... gaffer (as Stu Spohn)
R. Michael Stringer .... gaffer (as Mike Stringer)
 
Animation Department
Bob Le Bar .... title animator (as Bob LeBar)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Regina Carrol .... wardrobe (as Georgette)
 
Editorial Department
Steven Jacobson .... post-production coordinator
 
Music Department
Roy Kohn .... music coordinator
Gene Nash .... music producer: special music themes
 
Other crew
Michael Bockman .... production assistant (as Mike Bockman)
Tony Garcia .... lettering
Jan Gershkoff .... production assistant
Joe Raymond .... continuity
 

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Also Known As:
"Cathouse Callgirls" - USA (video title)
"Cathouse Cowgirls" - USA (reissue title)
"The Jet Set" - USA (alternative title)
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95 min
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First film for The Ritz Brothers comedy duo since 1943. Originally conceived as a comeback film for The Three Stooges, which at this time consisted of Moe Howard, Joe DeRita and newcomer Emil Sitka. Howard died before production began, which was when the Ritz Brothers were brought in.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: A masked bad guy drives a Rambler sedan while chasing a truck hauling casino equipment. When the bad guy crashes, the car tumbling downhill while afire is a Ford Falcon station wagon, not the Rambler sedan.See more »
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Soundtrack:
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Strange Homage from Adamson, 14 July 2015
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Blazing Stewardesses (1975)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Semi-sequel to THE NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES finds Ben Brewster (Robert Livingston) asking Debbie (Connie Hoffman), Lori (Regina Carrol) and Barbara (Marilyn Joi) to come help him on a ranch he's getting off the ground. This family-friendly location comes under attack from some masked bandits and it might be from the jealous Mike Trask (Don 'Red' Barry).

BLAZING STEWARDESSES comes from Al Adamson and like most of his movies it's pretty much a complete mess but I will admit that there's quite a bit here for film buffs to enjoy as long as they're in the right frame of mind and don't mind seeing some veteran actors making fools of themselves at times. This is a pretty strange flick because the title is clearly meant to capitalize on BLAZING SADDLES but it's also being sold as a sequel to Adamson's 1974 film. Those expecting a sexploitation movie are going to be disappointed because outside of one scenes, there's very little nudity on display and one has to wonder why they even bothered connecting this movie to THE NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES.

This film is really just a throwback to the 1930s Hollywood. This film clearly means to pay homage to the comedy and westerns from that era and that fully explains why you've got people like Livingston and Barry on hand. There's also Yvonne De Carlo from The Munsters series as well as Harry and Jimmy from The Ritz Brothers. If you're a fan of any of these people then you'll probably get a small kick out of seeing them in their elder days playing up against their previous characters. I must admit that I've always enjoyed The Ritz Brothers and I found some of their acts here to be funny. Hoffman isn't nearly as good here as she was in the previous film but then again she's not given much to do.

In the end, BLAZING STEWARDESSES is simply too boring to be fully entertaining. Once again there's way too much stuff going on and none of it is written all that great. If you're a fan of the vetaran cast members then you might want to check it out but others should avoid.

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