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Deadly Weapons (1974)

R | | Crime, Thriller | April 1974 (USA)
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After the mob hits a guy with a list, one of the hoods keeps the list for himself to blackmail the people on it. When the mobsters find out he's a double-crosser, they off him, which angers... See full summary »


Doris Wishman


Judy J. Kushner (as J.J. Kendall)





Complete credited cast:
Chesty Morgan ... Crystal (as Zsa Zsa)
Harry Reems ... Tony Barler (as Harry Reemes)
Richard Towers ... Larry (as Greg Reynolds)
Saul Meth Saul Meth ... Nick / Talent Agent
Phillip Stahl Phillip Stahl ... Crystal's father
Mitchell Fredericks Mitchell Fredericks
Denise Purcell Denise Purcell ... Eve
John McMohon John McMohon


After the mob hits a guy with a list, one of the hoods keeps the list for himself to blackmail the people on it. When the mobsters find out he's a double-crosser, they off him, which angers his busty girlfriend. She goes after them using the only two weapons she has. Written by Ed Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>

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She doesn't have breasts, she has deadly weapons! See more »


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Chesty, Reems and Wishman
19 March 2010 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Deadly Weapons (1974)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Crystal (Chesty Morgan aka 73FF-32-36) plays a lovely young woman who has to suffer a major heartache when gangster kill her blackmailing boyfriend. She goes after the men (one played by Harry Reems) to seek her vengeance with the deadly weapon being her rather large boobs. You have to give Wishman credit for knowing how to exploit someone and that's pretty much all this film has going for it. It's certainly much better than DEADLY AGENT 73 but that's really not saying too much. The reason this film works better is that the story is mildly better even though there's no doubt that the most creative thing that went into the thinking of this movie was how to use Morgan's enormous breasts. As with the companion film, Morgan certainly can't act but once again I couldn't help but feel bad for her as it seems like she was in some incredible pain. Apparently not much is known about her so I'd love to hear about how she's doing today. Reems is about what you'd expect from the adult superstar as he at least brings some good charm to the movie. The rest of the cast are pretty much just the type of throw aways you'd expect in a movie like this. I think part of the charm of this movie is that Wishman actually tries to pass this thing off as a real revenge/drama, which gives the film some campy grin moments. The scenes with Chesty crying were incredibly fake looking and as bad as everything is here you can't help but at least give them credit for being so silly. In terms of women with FF-breasts, there's no doubt Chesty is on top but in terms of entertainment there's really not too much here. If you must see these FF's in action then this is the movie to go with.

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