When two troublemaking female prisoners (one a revolutionary, the other a former harem-girl) can't seem to get along, they are chained together and extradited for safekeeping. The women, still chained together, stumble, stab, and cat-fight their way across the wilderness, igniting a bloody shootout between gangsters and a group of revolutionaries.
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Did You Know?
Several VW Country Buggies are seen in the film - these were manufactured by Volkswagen of Australia between 1968-72. Fewer than 2,000 were manufactured - these vehicles were imported into the Philippines and have been sought-after by classic vehicle collectors. See more
The short yellow dresses worn by the leading actresses become dirty due to fights, explosions, climate; but they magically become clean again in immediately following scenes. See more
Some jive-ass revolution don't mean shit to me!
The film was heavily cut for its original UK theatrical release (as "Hot, Hard and Mean"). Video releases used the original "Black Mama, White Mama" title and were cut by 53 secs with edits to the rape of Brent and the torture scene. These cuts were fully waived for the 2003 MGM DVD. See more
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Written and Produced by Harry Betts
Performed by Harry Betts And His Orchestra See more