Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens
Russ Meyer, Richard S. Brummer (associate), Fred Owens (associate), Uschi Digard (associate) for RM Films
directed by Russ Meyer
starring Francesca 'Kitten' Natividad, Ken Kerr, Stuart Lancaster, Ann Marie, Patrick M. Wright, Uschi Digard, Michael Finn, Sharon Hill, June Mack, Don Scarborough, Aram Katcher, DeForest Covan, Robert Pearson, Steve Tracy, Henry Rowland, Candy Samples (as Mary Gavin), Russ Meyer
written by Russ Meyer, Roger Ebert, music by William Tasker, cinematography by Russ Meyer
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Small Town, Texas, USA: Curvaceous, romiscuous and always horny Lavonia
(Kitten Natividad) is married to Lamar (Ken Kerr) - a man with an IQ of 37
-, who just cannot appreciate what he has in Lavonia, and his idea of good
sex is strictly anal, much to the dismay of Lavonia. But Lavonia hasn't
given up on him, she tries everything to convince him of the advantages of
vaginal sex, even if her methods are sometimes bizarre: On one occasion
she takes him to a gay marriage councellor/dentist (Robert Pearson), but
ultimately that only leads to violence and Lavonia getting it off with the
dentist's nurse (Sharon Hill), another time she tries to make him jealous
when she has him catch her with the garbage man (Patrick M.Wright), but
that only leads to more violence. Then she dresses up as stripper Lola
Langusta, gives him a lapdance at the local stripjoint, drugs him who
doesn't even recognize her (remember, his IQ is just 37) and while he's
out she has him fuck her proper.
In the end though, it's blonde bombshell and radio faithhealer Eufaula
Roop (Ann Marie) who does the trick when she shags him life on the air in
her sacred bathtub. When Lamar comes home - and catches Lavonia with the
garbage man once again - he is a changed man, and after taking out the
garbage man, he shags his wife clean and proper ...
Stuart Lancaster is the all-American narrator, buxom bombshell
Uschi Digard reprises her role as Supersoul from Supervixens,
but don't get your hopes to high, to see her you have to wait until the
end of the film, and even then she appears for less than a minute.
Beneath the Valley of the Ultravixens might not be Russ Meyer's
most original film, most of its plot-elements are recycled from Meyer's
earlier films, most prominently probably Lorna
(1964) and Good Morning ... and Good Bye (1967) - but at the same
time that means that the can be seen as a timewarp back to Meyer's best
films from the 1960's, and despite the fact that the erotic film genre has
been revolutionized in more ways than one since then, Beneath the
Valley of the Ultravixens still works just fine as a rough and
entertaining sex comedy, with Russ Meyer feeling right at home in his
sex-and-crime version of Small Town USA.