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  (in credits order)
Katja Bienert ... Katia
Fata Morgana ... 1ª Gogo girl

Aldo Sambrell ... Pepe Morgan
Silvia Superstar ... Silvia
Billy King ... Billy
Pietro Martellanza ... Falso Dracula (as Peter Martell)
Anxo Bautista ... Dr. Muerte (as Dr. Muerte)
Carlos Fierro ... Cameraman
Rubén Sánchez ... Ayudante
Javier Díez ... Viscontino

Lina Romay ... Camarada Irina
Paul Lapidus ... Martin Fierro
Viktor Seastrom ... Camarada Ivan (as Victor Seastrom)
Alfredo Lopez ... Mozo 1º
Jose Luis Matoso ... Mozo 2º

Carmen Montes ... 2ª Gogo girl
Bela B. ... Bela (as Bela B. Felsenheimer)
R. Robles Rafatal ... Punk 1º
Pedro Olivares ... Punk 2º
Sebastian Caldas ... Punk 3º
Fran Aguilar ... Punk 4º
Sandra Ibarra ... Sele
Exequiel Caldas ... Cavaquinho (as Exe Cohen)
Enrique Sarasola ... Dracula (as Kike Sarasola)

Carsten Frank ... Albinus

Dan van Husen ... Seaward (as Dan van Hussen)
José Roberto Vila ... Inspector (as J.R. Vila)
Godzila ... Godzila
Inka ... Manolita
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bea Millas ... Policeman (uncredited)
Emilio Schargorodsky ... Policeman (uncredited)

Directed by
Jesús Franco  (as Jess Franco)
Writing credits
Jesús Franco (screenplay) (as Jess Franco) &
Lina Romay (screenplay) (as Rosa M. Almirall) &
José Roberto Vila (screenplay)

Jesús Franco (story) (as Jess Franco) &
Jacinto Santos (story)

Produced by
Michael Cholewa .... assistant producer
Carsten Frank .... executive producer
Carsten Frank .... producer
Tim Luna .... associate producer (as Heiner Thimm)
Jacinto Santos .... producer (as Jacinto Santos Parra)
Original Music by
Jesús Franco  (as Jess Franco)
Cinematography by
Emilio Schargorodsky (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Juan Jose Villar 
Art Direction by
Exequiel Caldas  (as Exequiel Cohen)
Costume Design by
Elena Fernández (uncredited)
Makeup Department
Javier Díez .... makeup artist
Beatriz Galves .... makeup artist
Candela Reyes .... hairdresser
Javier Díez .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Bea Millas .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Bea Millas .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Jacinto Santos .... production director (as Jacinto S. Parras)
Exequiel Caldas .... production manager (uncredited)
Emilio Schargorodsky .... production manager (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ernesto Ronchel .... second assistant director
José Roberto Vila .... first assistant director
Art Department
Klaus Thiele .... art assistant
Sound Department
Michael Bertels .... sound mixer
Francisco Juan Burguillo .... digital sound assistant (as Curro Burguillo)
Thomas Dietrich .... direct sound assistant
M. Kalinski .... direct sound
John Wood .... digital sound
Special Effects by
Joaquin Phre .... special effects (as J. Phre)
Visual Effects by
Javier Mosqueda .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Javier Díaz .... lighting assistant
Frank Froeba .... second camera assistant
Matthias Genschel .... machinist
Uwe Jordan .... lighting assistant
Mario Kafer .... spark
Venancio Kantor .... best boy
Stella Maris .... gaffer
Aitor Renduelez .... spark
Emilio Schargorodsky .... lighting director
Emilio Schargorodsky .... still photographer (as E. Schargorodsky)
Viktor Seastrom .... second camera (as Peter Söderström)
Javier Díaz .... camera operator (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Eva Beltran .... wardrobe assistant
Anja Gockel .... evening dresses: Silvia Superstar
Vanesa Guzmán .... wardrobe
Other crew
Andreas Bonner .... executive producer assistant
Exequiel Caldas .... executive producer assistant (as E. Caldas)
Jesús Franco .... script supervisor (as Rosa M. Almirall)
Fata Morgana .... dog trainer (uncredited)
Viktor Seastrom .... production assistant (uncredited)

Production CompaniesDistributorsOther Companies
  • CTI  cameras and lights (as Centro de Tecnología de la Imagen)
  • CTI  direct sound (as Centro de Tecnología de la Imagen)

Additional Details

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Germany:86 min | USA:90 min (DVD)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Germany:12 | Germany:16 (DVD rating) | UK:15 | USA:Unrated (DVD rating)

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Jesus Franco doing what he is best at; making an awful movie!, 20 August 2011
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

First of all, this movies doesn't even have anything to do with the earlier movie "Killer Barbys", which also got directed by Jesus Franco. So this is not even really a sequel but what is way worse is that this movie is absolutely torture to watch, especially when compared to the somewhat bearable first movie "Killer Barbys".

Was there even supposed to be a plot in all of this? The movie is filled with lots of random characters, doing all random things, without ever anything feeling connected to each other. If there was a story in all of this they sure did a great job at hiding it from me.

I'm convinced of it that Jesus Franco keeps putting his wife Lina Romay in his movies just to annoy me. She is so incredibly irritating and pointless in this movie and she still can't act, despite of all of her years of experience within the business. The only character and actor that I liked in this was Dan van Husen, who played his role in a fun way. But even his role feels incredibly pointless!

Guess this movie foremost serves as a promotion for the Spanish punk band The Killer Barbies. The movie is filled with sequences in which they perform some of their songs, which serves no purpose at all within the movie. And I must say, I was still kind of digging their music in the 1996 movie "Killer Barbys" but in this one it has gotten way worse and their music sounded far their formulaic. Guess that The Killer Barbies just have gotten worse over the years, which must be also the reason why they agreed to do another movie with Jesus Franco. They must have been really desperate to do so!

The title and premise of this movie still sound like it's at least somewhat fun to watch but believe me, it really isn't. Because of the pacing and its incredibly bad story you'll loose interest completely, well before the movie hits the half hour mark. The movie does get worse as it progresses and I feel even somewhat reluctant to actually call this a movie. It does so much wrong and poorly that this doesn't even feel like a movie. It's just one big ugly mess, in which nothing makes sense.

Congratulations Jesus Franco, you have done it again. You have succeeded once more in making one of the absolute worst movies out there!


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