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Black Lolita (1975)

A singer returns to her home town, puts together a team of fighters to go after local gangsters.

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Yolanda Love ...
Lolita
Ed Cheatwood ...
Cleon (as Wm 'Ed' Cheatwood)
Susan Ayers ...
Robbie
Joey Ginza ...
Buddha
Jim Coffman
David Duran
Anthony Mannino
Jefferson Richard ...
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Larry Ellis ...
Tinker
Joanne Bruno ...
(as Joan Bruno)
Judy Williams ...
Shirley
Eddie Clay
Zenobia Wittacre ...
Pearl
Joe Thompson
Curtis Troupe

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A singer returns to her home town, puts together a team of fighters to go after local gangsters.

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12 February 1975 (USA)  »

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Edited into Mad Ron's Prevues from Hell (1987) See more »

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All of My Life All of My Love
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Sung by The Charades
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"The last laugh" in exploitation films
25 September 2001 | by (kentucky) – See all my reviews

I recently had the pleasure of viewing this lost classic in glorious 3-D at a midnight movie showing, not knowing what to expect but certainly not coming out disappointed. I do believe that somewhere in this badly shot, acted, and mic'd film there was a plot, but that's very secondary here. A film like "Wildcat Women" (aka "Black Lolita") these days is merely an excuse to have a good laugh at something so incredibly bad it's damn good. Highlights include: hilarious dialogue (when it's audible), lots of gratuitous nudity (some good, some unpleasant), outrageously bad "car chase" scenes, and 3-D effects so bad that the theatre was in awe at how good a piece of inanimate shrubbery looked in three dimension, truly a highlight special effects moment. The film does drag a bit in the middle, but a hilariously inept shootout finale redeems all. If you're in a town where you have access to films like this, be sure and check your midnight movie listings for this little gem. If a bad movie is your idea of a good time, you will not be disappointed!


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