This title was featured in a tribute to
Albert Victor Adamson
ANGELS' WILD WOMEN (1972, 85 minutes): This promises to be a rough and tumble look at biker babes, but Adamson really never delivers the goods. But that may have never been his intention, as he's got the soulful leader of a motorcycle gang (Ross Hagen) fist fighting with his brother over a chick, which is then followed by a love montage. Things get somewhat more interesting when all the boy bikers leave their women folk behind to blaze off and play drinking games, race cycles and whiz on each other. The gals pass the time by whupping up on a pair of rapists, and later reverse roles and force themselves on a man. They also manage to run amiss with Johnny Law. But it's when they wander into a commune run by a hippie named King (William Bonner) that all the peace and love turns deadly. Seems King is actually running a marijuana farm and he'll slaughter everyone he has to in order to keep his secret -- including our starlets.
Notables: Six breasts. Six corpses. Gratuitous Nazis. Multiple brawls. Cigarette burn to the hand. Motorcycle acrobatics. The ol' handful-of-sand to the eyes gag. Gratuitous urination.
Quotables: He doth protest too much, "Poontang is Poontang, but these sex orgies is unnatural!" This gal is stoned, "Look at those eyes. She didn't get that from reading her Bible."
Time codes: Wait a minute, is that Charles Napier as Rapist #2 (2:40)!? Terri has her way with a farm boy, while her friends hold him down (28:40). Adamson liked to put objects -- like bushes, fences, trees -- between the actors and his camera (53:15). An homage to Hell's Angels '69 (1:21:05).