Clint Ramsey has to leave his job working at Martin Bormann's gas station and flee after his wife is murdered by psycho cop Harry Sledge, who tries to pin the murder on Clint. Crossing ... See full summary »
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Clint Ramsey has to leave his job working at Martin Bormann's gas station and flee after his wife is murdered by psycho cop Harry Sledge, who tries to pin the murder on Clint. Crossing America, Clint gets sexually harassed on all sides by various voluptuous nymphomaniacs, and it all ends in a literally explosive climax. Written by
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Russ Meyer originally intended to cast his wife Edy Williams in the role of SuperVixen, but they split up and he decided to use Shari Eubank (cast as SuperAngel) in the dual roles of SuperAngel and SuperVixen. This necessitated the strange plot device of SuperVixen being the reincarnation (sort of) of SuperAngel, with Eubank also playing the ghost of SuperAngel. See more »
The cheeseburger eaten by the main character at the Supervixen's Oasis (truck stop/gas station) has everything on it, except a burger. See more »
"Supervixens" rocks...classic Meyer, and less silly than a lot of his stuff. Charles Napier actually delivers a credible performance, and the film itself has much more of a plot than most other Meyer movies...worth seeing as soon as possible.
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