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Pandemonium (1987)

A beautiful nude feral girl raised by dingoes returns to Babylon, Australia to find her family. Her mom is an evil landlady and her nutty tenants want the girl for themselves. One of them realizes the girl was sent to stop the Apocalypse.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kales Leadingham / Ding the Dingo
Amanda Dole ...
The Dingo Girl
Esben Storm ...
E.B. De Woolf
P.B. De Woolf
Lex Marinos ...
Detective Sergeant Dick Dickerson
Rainee Skinner ...
1st Twin
Kerry Mack ...
2nd Twin
Ian Nimmo ...
Mr. David
Ashley Grenville ...
Little Adolph / Paperboy
Henk Johannes ...
The Count
Peter Kong
Gary Foley ...
The Holy Ghost
Haydn Keenan ...
Dr. Doctor
Ignatius Jones ...
Director / Marriage Celebrant / Auctioneer


One night, a man in straitjacket, who seems to have escaped from an insane asylum, runs into a girl on a bench in the park and decides to tell her his life story. He was a young Egyptologist, who moved to an abandoned film studio turned boarding house. The place is owned by a horrid wheelchair-bound woman, who plans to sell it asap. Her tenants include one of Hitler's genetically engineered sons who's about to be inaugurated as the new Fuhrer, his evil incestuous lusty lesbian Nazi aunts, a voodoo zombie, a vampire scientist and other strange individuals. When a beautiful young naked virginal feral woman shows up in their seaside town of Babylon, Australia, chaos ensues. It turns out she'd been lost as a baby and was raised by dingoes but now she wants to meet her real family and the unhinged landlady is her mother. Mom is quite unpleasantly surprised by the arrival of the girl, since she purposefully left her to die in the wilderness for a very good reason and she tries to get rid of...

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Comedy | Fantasy






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1987 (West Germany)  »

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The often nude lead character of Dingo Girl is played by Amanda Dole, a Playboy Playmate. She was Australian Playboy's Playmate of the Month in December of 1981. She was also the Australian edition of the magazine's youngest Playmate at the time. See more »


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Terrible Troma Twaddle
8 February 2002 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

The obvious stylistic (if that's the word) influence on this fiasco is the Troma school of low budget schlock but the level of talent on display is more that of the monumentally untalented Edward D. Wood Jr. The screenplay quickly loses its way through the absurd plot lines and just piles scene on scene in the hope that it will somehow work. It doesn't. The plot threads involve such inanities as Nazi lesbians, dingo girls, and a wheelchair bound megalomaniac harridan. To have any chance at all of raising a laugh it needed a director with his tongue firmly in his cheek. Haydn Keenan instead had his head firmly up his ass and we end up with about a dozen sniggers and not one laugh.

Male lead David Argue gives easily the most embarrassing performance of his career, but can perhaps claim it as a crime of passion since he was reported at the time to be romantically entangled with female lead (and Australian Playboy Playmate) Amanda Dole. Her acting career came to a screeching halt with this performance. Towards the end of the film she was crucified which turned out to be good preparation for the reviews.

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