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Muchachas, muchachas, muchachas (1968)

A group of college girls are traveling through Guanajuato, Mexico when their car suddenly breaks down. In an attempt to get a male passer-by to help them, the girls (led by the voluptuous ... See full summary »
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Rosa María Vázquez
Andrés García
Julián Pastor
Fernando Soler
Lupita Ferrer
Susana Cabrera
Sandra Boyd
Hedi Blue ...
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Griselda Mejía
Alfonso Zayas
Jorge Fegán
Mario Cid
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A group of college girls are traveling through Guanajuato, Mexico when their car suddenly breaks down. In an attempt to get a male passer-by to help them, the girls (led by the voluptuous Rosa Maria Vazquez) strip down to their bras and panties. At first, they are snubbed by a gay couple, but eventually the young women receive help from a local "farm worker" (Dominican actor Andres Garcia). From here, the coeds are taken to a local town, where they are mistaken for a group of strippers. To tantalize would-be beaus, the young lovelies parade around their apartment complex in bikinis. The coeds' leader begins to fall in love with the "farm worker," but it is later revealed that he is not what he appears to be. Written by Rodolfo Rincon<rrincon10@earthlink.net>

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Truly Awful
16 November 2002 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Undoubtedly one of the most awful comedies of the 1960s. Although Rosa Maria Vazquez is as hot as ever, her presence isn't enough to recommend watching this piece of trash. Unless you plan to scan through the movie and watch only the parts where Rosa Maria is hardly wearing any clothes, I would advise all to skip this movie.


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