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Vegas in Space (1991)

R | | Sci-Fi | October 1991 (USA)
Three soldiers are ordered to change their gender (via a pill) and are sent on a secret mission (undercover as show girls) to the women only planet of Clitoris' capital city "Vegas in Space... See full summary »


Phillip R. Ford


Doris Fish (screenplay), Miss X (screenplay) | 3 more credits »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Doris Fish Doris Fish ... Capt. Dan Tracey / Capt. Tracey Daniels
Miss X Miss X ... Queen Veneer / Vel Croford, Empress of Earth
Ginger Quest Ginger Quest ... Empress Nueva Gabor
Ramona Fischer Ramona Fischer ... Lt. Mike Shadows / Lt. Sheila Shadows
Lori Naslund Lori Naslund ... Lt. Steve Dane / Lt. Debbie Dane
Timmy Spence Timmy Spence ... Lt. Dick Hunter
Tippi Tippi ... Princess Angel
Freida Lay Freida Lay ... Jane The Computer / La La Galaxy
Arturo Galster Arturo Galster ... Noodles Nebula
Silvana Nova Silvana Nova ... Wynetta Whitehead
Sandelle Kincaid Sandelle Kincaid ... Babs Velour
Tommy Pace Tommy Pace ... Mrs. Velour
Jennifer Blowdryer Jennifer Blowdryer ... Futura Volare, KUN-TV
John Canalli John Canalli ... Princess Jaundice
Janice Sukaitis Janice Sukaitis ... Martian Lady Driver


Three soldiers are ordered to change their gender (via a pill) and are sent on a secret mission (undercover as show girls) to the women only planet of Clitoris' capital city "Vegas in Space." Once they arrive, they must maneuver through complex politics and decadent parties, to uncover a plot to disrupt the most important pleasure planet in the Universe. Oh yeah, everyone except two of the "men" who become "women" is played by a drag queen, at least one is a dual role! Written by Matthew Carlin <matt_carlin@excite.com>

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The First All-Drag Queen Sci-Fi Musical Ever!




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Release Date:

October 1991 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA

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Production Co:

Troma Entertainment See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR


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Did You Know?


Producers intended to use the medley from the cast's nightclub show for the big musical number near the end of the film. The medley included brief passages from many well-known show tunes. Due to Doris Fish's death and the high cost of the rights to even fragments of those songs, the scene had to be post-dubbed, with a different song and alternate singers. See more »

Crazy Credits

Opening credits indicate the film was "based upon the party by Ginger Quest". See more »


Featured in Hagan Reviews: Vegas in Space (2014) See more »


Space Surfing
Music and Lyrics by Ramona Fischer
Arranged and Performed by The Showgirls From Earth
Engineered by Tom Mallon
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A Legendary Drag Queen Classic!!!
30 December 2005 | by RWFanMSSee all my reviews

Of all the B-grade, camp films I've come across this has to be the queen (pun intended) of them all! With production values and acting that make Ed Wood look like Peter Jackson, this has to be one of the worst movies ever made and everyone involved knew it to be so. From the opening theme to the climactic scene at the end, Vegas in Space is filled with fabulous one-liners and absolutely hilarious costumes and characters. The late Doris Fish and Miss X, both drag icons of a bygone era and sorely missed, are both fabulous and disturbing in the same breath. This movie is not to be missed by any fan of gay camp culture or just plain good old-fashioned bad movies. As Princess Angel says in the film, "Glamour first, glamour last, glamour always!"

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