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Blazing Stewardesses (1975)

R | | Comedy, Western | June 1975 (USA)
BLAZING STEWARDESSES features Adamson's wife, cult scream queen Regina Carrol, and Yvonne DeCarlo, best know as TV's Lily Munster. This broad comedy, the sequel to NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES, ... See full summary »

Director:

Al Adamson

Writers:

Samuel M. Sherman (story), Samuel M. Sherman (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Yvonne De Carlo ... Honey Morgan
Robert Livingston ... Ben Brewster (as Bob Livingston)
Don 'Red' Barry ... Mike Trask
Geoffrey Land ... Bob 'Bobby' Travers
Connie Hoffman Connie Hoffman ... Debbie Stewart
Regina Carrol ... Lori Winters
Marilyn Joi ... Barbara (as T.A. King)
Harry Ritz ... Harry (as The Ritz Brothers)
Jimmy Ritz ... Jimmy (as The Ritz Brothers)
Lon Bradshaw Lon Bradshaw ... Old Timer
Sheldon Lee Sheldon Lee ... Chuck
Jerry Mills Jerry Mills ... Pilot
Jon Shank ... Sheik
Nicolle Riddell Nicolle Riddell ... Jackie (as Nicole Riddell)
Carol Bilger Carol Bilger ... Chuck's Girl
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BLAZING STEWARDESSES features Adamson's wife, cult scream queen Regina Carrol, and Yvonne DeCarlo, best know as TV's Lily Munster. This broad comedy, the sequel to NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES, finds a planeful of oversexed airline attendants touching down on a ranch. Little do they know, however, about the masked bandit lurking in the sagebrush, who just might ruin their plans for some lusty fun. Written by Ørnås

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Out-Blazes "Blazing Saddles" See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Western

Certificate:

R

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Trivia

First film for The Ritz Brothers comedy duo since 1943. Originally conceived as a comeback film for The Three Stooges, which at this time consisted of Moe Howard, Joe DeRita and newcomer Emil Sitka. Howard was ill when production began, which was when the Ritz Brothers were brought in. See more »

Goofs

A masked bad guy drives a Rambler sedan while chasing a truck hauling casino equipment. When the bad guy crashes, the car tumbling downhill while afire is a Ford Falcon station wagon, not the Rambler sedan. See more »

Connections

Featured in Drive-In Madness! (1987) See more »

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Now the Game Is Over
Words and Music by Gene Nash & George Moslener (as Georg Moslener)
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Good bad fun.
18 April 2004 | by nsm555See all my reviews

I first saw this film during a Saturday matinee at the Pequa Theatre in Massapequa Park, NY. It was on a double bill with "Girls for Rent". Since it was R rated, my friends and I had to sneak in to see it, which made it even tastier. OK....this is a VERY bad film. It will never make any ten best lists, and it probably wouldn't interest 9/10ths of the current population, BUT for lovers of low budget fun this is the proverbial jackpot. Firstly, it features a cast of old timers: Yvonne DeCarlo, Donald "Red" Barry, Bob Livingston, and best of all, the two surviving Ritz Brothers (their brother, Al, had passed away in 1965). It also features musical numbers (Miss DeCarlo sings a HORRIBLE song at a barbecue, and the Ritz's follow her with one of their patented dance numbers.). It also has a western plot right out of Gower Gulch. Cowboys, Arabs, goggle eyed comics, oldtime movie stars, busty broads, and all on a budget 0f less that 70 grand! Brother, this is living!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

June 1975 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cathouse Callgirls See more »

Filming Locations:

Palmdale, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$750,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Metrocolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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