Junket stewardesses land on a gambling ranch whose owner (Bob Livingston) is plagued by hooded riders.Junket stewardesses land on a gambling ranch whose owner (Bob Livingston) is plagued by hooded riders.Junket stewardesses land on a gambling ranch whose owner (Bob Livingston) is plagued by hooded riders.
Wasn't Sexy, Suspenseful or in the Least Bit Funny
Terribly depressed after finding her boyfriend in bed with another woman, "Debbie Stewart" (Connie Hoffman) goes home to her apartment to have a drink. While there she gets a phone call from an old friend named "Ben Brewster" who has a proposition for her. He wants to convert his dude ranch into a gambling casino and to do that he has invited a number of gamblers to his place. To get there he has chartered an airplane but he needs stewardesses to cater it. So he offers Debbie and any other stewardesses she can get two free weeks at the dude ranch as payment for their services. What none of them realize however is that there are some masked riders who will stop at nothing to prevent Ben Brewster from accomplishing his plans. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that I honestly expected more from this movie. Unfortunately, it wasn't sexy, suspenseful or in the least bit funny. As a matter of fact, about the only thing going for this film was the presence of Connie Hoffman and even then it really didn't help matters that much. In short, this movie wasn't very good and I have rated it accordingly.
- Oct 30, 2015
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