A diplomat's son is kidnapped by terrorists blackmailing the US government for plans of a new type of nuclear weapon. A friend of the diplomat puts together a squad of showgirls to rescue the son. Written by
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Screenwriter Donald Glut wrote the film's screenplay, but withheld the last third from producer-director Kenneth Hartford (aka Kenneth Herts) when he wasn't paid. Rather than pay, Hartford opted to write his own ending, which explains the film's bizarre final half hour. See more
While in Las Vegas, one of the girls makes a reference to prostitution being legal there. Legalized prostitution in Nevada is up to each individual county; only a few counties allow it, and Clark County - where Las Vegas is located - is not one of them. See more