Outside of a small Western town, a branch of the Apache tribe is nearly decimated through repeated conflicts with cowboys searching for gold, and consequently, the only surviving member are women. Although an adopted white woman who has grown up among the Indians is their leader, they are equally determined to keep whites from encroaching farther into their gold-rich region.
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Even though the sight of naked female breast is now easily available through every nearly every possible medium, there are still certain cinema freaks like myself who’re seeking out specific movies because they were the first to feature nudity. Go figure! “Revenge of the Virgins” is one of them notorious first films to feature exposed nipples and, even though it’s the most common thing in the world by today’s standards, the year 1959 was quite early to show breasts! This is a shlocky piece of 50’s exploitation with topless Amazon women (supposedly Indian natives) and treasure hunting at a place called Gold Creek. Because of them, this is called an early “nudie western”, but fact remains that it’s pretty boring to sit through; even at a running time of barely 52 minutes. Basically a simplistic retelling of “The Treasure of Sierra Madre”, this film revolves on a bunch of greedy cowboys – and one of them brought his nagging wife along – going on an expedition to a reputedly gold infested creek. The topless natives follow them around inconspicuously and every once and a while they shoot an arrow straight in the center of one of the cowboys’ back. Even in a less-than-one-hour lasting film, about three quarters of the running time is filler. There’s, for example, an insufferably long ritual dance sequence with the blond girl sitting boring in the middle whilst the other black- haired girls dance stupidly around her. “Revenge of the Virgins” (besides, how can you prove they actually were virgins) is a dull and totally pointless film that is NOT worth watching, regardless of some nice trivia gimmicks.
Cast and Crew:
Director: Peter Perry Jr.
Production Company: Radio Voice of America (RVA)
Date Release: 1959
Audio & Video: Mono – Black & White
Charles Veltmann Jr. – Jodean Lawrence – Stanton Pritchard
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