Jungle guide David Marchand is kidnapped by a tribe of natives who want to sacrifice him to their white rhino god. Just as he's about to be killed, however, he is thrown backwards in time ...
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Jungle guide David Marchand is kidnapped by a tribe of natives who want to sacrifice him to their white rhino god. Just as he's about to be killed, however, he is thrown backwards in time to a kingdom of brunette women and their blonde slaves. David rejects the advances of Queen Kari and sides with the blondes, which leads to him being imprisoned in the dungeon. Can David find some way of returning to his own time? And if he does, what will be awaiting him when he returns?Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Martine Beswick said in a 1998 interview that she thought this film was the "worst piece of rubbish," but she had a such fun time and just ripped through it. See more »
Although it appeared some of the women had lipstick on, it is hardly likely they would have access to a cosmetics store in prehistoric times. See more »
Poor Saria, she's too young to have suffered so.
Blonde Slave Girl #2:
Then let this be your lesson. Many more of us will have to suffer, if you persist in this senseless search for freedom. There is no escape!
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The UK version was 17 minutes shorter than the US cut, running 74 minutes instead of 91 minutes. This was shown as "Slave Girls" and billed as the weaker support feature with The Devil Rides Out (1968). See more »
There's a priceless line of dialog here. Wicked queen Martine Beswick orders her slave girls to dance, even though one of their colleagues has recently been killed. The girls do a half-hearted dance number. Martine complains about their lethargy. One of the slave girls explains: "When the heart is heavy, so are the feet."
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