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The Rowdy Girls (2000)

Danger, deceit and dust. The Wild West of 1886 is no place for a woman, but it's the perfect place for The Rowdy Girls, fabulous females fighting for fortune and freedom on the frontier.

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Steven Nevius (as Steve Nevius)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shannon Tweed ... Velvet McKenzie
Julie Strain ... Mick
Deanna Brooks Deanna Brooks ... Sarah Foster
Richie Varga ... Joe Pepper
Daniel Murray Daniel Murray ... Billy Poke (as Daniel Henry Murray)
Todd Eckert Todd Eckert ... Sam Pepper
Rick Williams Rick Williams ... Cole
Mink Stole ... Amanda
David D.B. Wilson David D.B. Wilson ... Henry Beaudine (as David Wilson)
Sita Thompson ... Mrs. Wheeler
Gonzalo Menendez ... Esteban
Michael Kaliski ... Liam
Eduardo Terry ... J.D. (as Eduardo Rodriguez)
Myla Martin Myla Martin ... Madam
Tom Poster Tom Poster ... Driver
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Danger, deceit and dust. The Wild West of 1886 is no place for a woman, but it's the perfect place for The Rowdy Girls, fabulous females fighting for fortune and freedom on the frontier.

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Rated R for strong sexuality | See all certifications »

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In an interview with Femme Fatales magazine, Julie Strain revealed that her then husband, Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and editor of Heavy Metal magazine, was the ass-double in a sex scene with her. "I was stark naked, pouring whiskey all over my boobs, and whipping this guy named Billy in bed. The actor who played Billy, Daniel Murray, was naked too but refused to show his butt on camera. So Kevin volunteered to drop his pants, expose his butt, and shake it with his little willie hanging out for everybody to see. I got behind him, jumped on the back of that hillbilly ass and started screaming 'Ye-hah! See how you like it, Billy!' That's where you'll see Kevin's little butt." See more »

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Typical Shannon Tweed movie
1 March 2001 | by tomlindhSee all my reviews

This was typical for a Shannon Tweed movie in that the basic components were several beautiful naked women, frequently love scenes, a little bit of a story line, and some acting.

On the other hand, this one did stand out with the utilization of a guitar-strumming narrator, and use of some old-fashioned text narrative, which added a tongue-in-cheek flavor.

With a good, judicious use of humor (particularly in one of the early love scenes), this could definitely be classified as a mellow-drama, which I consider a strong point in its favor - it didn't take itself seriously!


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Official Sites:

Troma

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 2013 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

The Rowdy Girls See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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