Stephanie Brown has never led a charmed life, but as part of Gothams famed "Bat Family" she has thwarted many themed evil-doers and become extremely skilled in her trade. Her world now is ... See full summary »
The film is an unofficial adaptation of the character "Batman" from DC Comics, but features a female version of the hero called "Batwoman". DC Comics already had a Batwoman character (Kathy Kane) since 1956, but she did not appear in official adaptations. See more »
Dr. Eric Williams:
Perfect... Perfect! Prepare, Igor! Prepare! You are about to witness the greatest thing of the century! From the waters of the sea more than four hundred million years ago, emanated the beginning of the human race when arose to life the first vertebrate, the fish. From that basis we will do the regression to the dawn of evolution... and we will create in image and likeness of our primary ancestors... the human amphibian creature!
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To wrestle she uses a Bat-suit. Only to save the world she wears the smallest bikini...
A mad scientist (who else?) tries to breed a mutant being between fish and wrestlers!!! To see how it works drops a Ken doll in a fish tank where a goldfish swims happily and nothing happens. Of course nothing will happen, he need to use real people in his experiments, not dolls!
As more and more experiments fail, mutant dead bodies are found on the beach and this is the time for the bat-signal! Bat-woman with her statuesque body, brief bikini and lethal karate moves will take care of that crazy Doctor Frankenfish...
Mr. René Cardona only wanted to take advantage of the Bat-craze during the Batman high peak, with his version of the hero in the shape of a beautiful woman, Maura Monti... and he got it.
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