Rick Roberts and Eddie are rivals in racing and sex.

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Uncredited cast:
Franklin Anthony ...
Guy with Rick's Girl (uncredited)
Dalana Bissonnette ...
Eddie's Girl (uncredited)
Justine D'Ore ...
Rick's Girl (uncredited)
Jon Roy Jones ...
Racer with Mustache (uncredited)
Richard Mailer ...
Eddie (uncredited)
Tina Smith ...
Nurse with Glasses (uncredited)
Adam Ward ...
Rick Roberts (uncredited)
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Rick Roberts and Eddie are rivals in racing and sex.

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Adult | Drama | Sport

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1973 (USA)  »

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Demolition Derby Girls  »

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The Something Weird Video and Alpha Blue Archives releases are missing the title cards. (Both releases use the same print.) SWV refers to the film as "Crash Car Derby Dolls" and ABA uses the title "Demolition Derby Girls". See more »

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Walk on the Wild Side (Main Theme)
Composed by Elmer Bernstein
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Low-brow porn tries to have a story
2 December 2014 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Adam Ward, the Joe Don Baker of early porn, stars in this would-be storyline sex film, and is to be commended for actually creating a characterization. But director Richard Mailer (who gives himself a starring role for a change) fails to deliver the goods.

Ward is a small-time demolition derby driver, who has a way with the women. There is some feeble plotting of rivalry with fellow racers and a very poorly staged punch-out scene (some of the worst attempts at pulling stunt punches I've seen), but it's basically an all-sex filler feature.

Stock footage at the race track is inserted from time to time to null effect. Film's highlight is an extraneous scene in a hospital where two nurses service Adam, who's ostensibly there (lying on a bed rather than sitting in a waiting room) to visit his mechanic who was injured in the aforemetnioned punch-out. Tina Smith, interetingly styled wearing glasses and in nurse's garb, is a signt for sore eyes here - I first joined her fan club after seeing her in the softcore drive-in classic THE PIG KEEPER'S DAUGHTER. Good news: she is being spotlighted in a new release from Alpha Blue Archives after suffering through decades of obscurity.

Film ends on a downbeat, sullen note, reflecting the irascible character created singlehandedly by improviser Adam. I like to think he created his stage name by combining the two BATMAN stars' monikers: Adam West and Burt Ward, but we'll never know.


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