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Release Date:
9 March 1990 (Portugal) See more »
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Big hair, big guns, big personalities, and a serious lack of wardrobe. She-Wolves of the Wasteland,... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Persis Khambatta ... Cobalt

Kathleen Kinmont ... Phoenix
Peggy McIntaggart ... Keela (as Peggy Sands)
James Emery ... Guy (as James H. Emery)
Sheila Howard ... Reverend Mother / Badger
Nina Jaffe ... Chainsaw
Courtney Caldwell ... Motorcycle Woman / T-Bird
Skyler Corbett ... Skyler
Laurie de Nuccio ... Neon (as Lore de Nuccio)
Linda Santo ... Snapper
B.B. Bowen ... Ginsu
Michi ... Escaping Sister
Cathy Armstrong ... Bartender / Arena Announcer (as Kathy Armstrong)

Roxanne Kernohan ... Meda
Pippa Danyon ... Rattail

Karen Russell ... Mohawk (as Dusty Woods)
Kastle ... Psycho Chick
Isis Richardson ... Riptide
Veronica Carothers ... Suga
Miranda Fredericks ... Dreadlock
Susan Overman ... Blondie
Ginger Justin ... Orange Hair
Barbara Buck ... Slave

Bonita Money ... Snake Dancer

Marta May ... Prostitute (as Mary May)
Buffy Fletcher ... Head Rezule
Andy Harrington ... Second Rezule
Kimberley Casey ... Scratch / Rezule Warrior
Cheryl Butler ... Rezule Warrior
Corey Ripley ... Rezule Warrior
Chantel Anderson ... Rezule Warrior
Lorina Atkinstall ... Rezule Warrior
Catherine Vargas ... Rezule Warrior
Judy Ramirez ... Rezule Warrior
Sheppeen Burger ... Rezule Warrior
Charlene McCloud ... Rezule Warrior
Dana Crawford ... Rezule Warrior
Kim Whiton ... Rezule Warrior
Jessica Clark ... Rezule Warrior
Juliana Greene ... Rezule Warrior
Lorene M. Duran ... Rezule Warrior (as Lorene Duran)

Directed by
Robert Hayes 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert Hayes  writer
Dan Rotblatt  writer

Produced by
Donald Crowell Jr. .... executive producer (as Don Crowell Jr.)
Persis Khambatta .... associate producer
Bruce Lewin .... executive producer
Jon Mercedes III .... associate producer
David Winters .... executive producer
Peter Yuval .... producer
Original Music by
Dan Radlauer 
Cinematography by
Paul Maibaum 
Film Editing by
Brian Evans 
Production Design by
Dan Rotblatt 
Costume Design by
Jill Conners  (as Jill Conner)
Makeup Department
Barbara Anne Bock .... makeup artist (as Barbara Bock)
Scott Coulter .... special makeup effects artist
Jeffrey S. Farley .... assistant makeup artist (as Jeff Farley)
Andrew Kenworthy .... assistant makeup artist
Robin Slater .... makeup department head
Production Management
Michael Bogert .... production manager
Michael J. Harker .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Thomas Baldwin .... first assistant director (as Tom Baldwin)
Kimberly Casey .... second assistant director
Art Department
Kenneth Mitchell .... assistant construction (as Kenny Mitchell)
Ted Prior .... set constructor
Dan Rotblatt .... props
Sound Department
Lorene M. Duran .... best boy grip
Brian Evans .... sound effects editor
Dwayne S. Henkel .... boom operator (as Dwayne Henkel)
Ken Segal .... production sound mixer
Special Effects by
Chuck Whitton .... special effects
Bob Ivy .... stunts: dune buggy crash (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ernie Adams .... key grip
Dusty Akemon .... grip
Humberto De Luna .... first assistant camera
Kevin Ivey .... second assistant camera
Michael LaViolette .... gaffer (as Mike Laviolette)
Paul Maibaum .... camera operator
Eric Mart .... gaffer
Andrew Parke .... second assistant camera (as Andy Parke)
Karen Perron .... still photographer
Daniel Potasz .... assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karen Perron .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Sylvia Grant .... assistant editor
Ruthie LaTierre .... assistant editor
Scott Polanco .... assistant editor
Location Management
Kurt Nicholas Forshager .... location manager (as Nick Forshager)
Transportation Department
Stacey Chiles .... driver
Julie Walters .... driver
Other crew
Susan Bierbaum .... script supervisor
Tim Cameron .... production assistant
Dawn C. Dreiling .... script supervisor (as Dawn Dreiling)
Buffy Fletcher .... production assistant
Andrew Gordon Harrington .... production assistant (as Andy Harrington)
Emily Kiu .... script supervisor
David Kresler .... dune buggy supplier

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Also Known As:
"She Wolves of the Wasteland" - International (English title)
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89 min | Portugal:90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

During the scene in Guy's home before it blows up. Phoenix winds up a small music box that resembles the music box in Mad Max 2 that the Feral Kid had.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: In the opening chase scene, when the buggy rolls over, you can see the stunt person wearing a helmet. Then when the girl rolls out of the buggy, she doesn't have a helmet on.See more »
Reverend Mother:How does it feel to be the last man on Earth?
Guy:How does it feel to be the ugliest thing around?
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Movie Connections:
References "CHiPs" (1977)See more »


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15 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
The Perils of Kinmont, 18 April 2005
Author: historycruiser from United States

Excellent scene where Kinmont and another babe are tied to a wooden cross and chastised by radioactive mutants!!! What else could you ask for ...heavy cheese factor here but worth the wait to see that scene! This flick is along the lines of Spacehunter : Adventures in the Forbidden Zone; again hot babes captured by weird mutant freaks. There were a lot of Science Fiction exploitation films that came out during the 1980's and Phoenix is one of the best. Very dark backgrounds, a post apocalypse futuristic location and an overall orange atmospheric scenery gives the film a look as if the world has gone mad or at the very least, out of control. I gave this a 10 for the babe factor alone.

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