Jerry falls in love with a stripper he meets at a carnival. Little does he know that she is the sister of a gypsy fortune teller whose predictions he had scoffed at earlier. The gypsy turns him into a zombie and he goes on a killing spree.
Ray Dennis Steckler
Ray Dennis Steckler,
In this zero budget cheapie a busty Batwoman enlists her beauteous bevy of Batgirls (when they are not dancing the jerk) to help her regain a mad scientist's invention (an atom bomb made out of a hearing aid) before a costumed ne'er-do-well, Rat Fink, can glom onto it for his own purposes.Written by
Doug Sederberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
DC Comics, which owns the character Batman, sued the production company, Associated Distributors Productions, for copyright infringement. Contrary to popular belief, Warren won. After the lawsuit, as the popularity of the Batman television series died down, Warren re-released the film under the title "She Was a Hippy Vampire". The Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988) episode featuring the film used the original title, "The Wild World of Batwoman," in the home video release. See more »
In the beach make-out scene where the band is playing, several extras behind the band wave at and even flip-off the camera. See more »
Prof. G. Octavius Neon:
It is a very good idea to sit down and talk things over 'round the table. I can whip up something for you to drink and there will be plenty for all of us, and I have something else real nice!
Forget it, Professor. I've had enough of those pills of yours. I have no desire to be made happy.
Prof. G. Octavius Neon:
Well, how would you like to try a depression pill?
[reaches for a pill]
Well Professor, now that you mention it, maybe just a little...
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Television prints shown in the late 80s altered the séance, removing the Chinese stereotype and replacing it with a zombie moan. The Chinese babbling was restored when the film was first released on home video. See more »
If "Manos, Hands of Fate" is the worst movie of all time, "The Wild, Wild World of Batwoman" is easily the most confusing. Let's see if I understand: there's this fortyish woman in a leotard that doesn't quite fit with a strange mask over her face, and she seems to be a receptionist or something for some R&D company who holds seances on company time while government auditors watch; and she has these nubile sorority babes as disciples who wear radio watches and dance and wiggle a lot; and there's this Dr. Claytin Forrester-lookalike mad scientist and his lackey who acts like a monkey and a couple of goofy guys who drool over the sorority babes and bump into each other while wearing stupid phoney beards; and somewhere in there there's a nuclear-powered hearing aid, and a guy who dresses like Zorro, or the Masked Marvel, and some mole people and a beach party and a dumpy looking scientist, ...
Nope! I still don't get it!
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