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Slave Girls

Prehistoric Women
Slave Women / Der Sklave der Amazonen

UK 1967
produced by
Michael Carreras for Hammer, Seven Arts
directed by Michael Carreras
starring Martine Beswick, Edina Ronay, Michael Latimer, Stephanie Randall, Carol White, Alexandra Stevenson, Yvonne Horner, Sydney Bromley, Frank Hayden, Robert Raglan, Mary Hignett, Louis Mahoney, Bari Jonson, Danny Daniels, Steven Berkoff
written by Michael Carreras (as Henry Younger), music by Carlo Martelli, musical supervisor: Philip Martell, choreography by Denys Palmer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Chasing after a wounded leopard to put it out of its misery, jungle guide David (Michael Latimer) is captured by a secretive native tribe that worships the white rhino. David is to be sacrificed to their deity, but when he touches the horn of a statue of the white rhino, he's transported back in time, back when the land of the white rhino was ruled by Kari (Martine Beswick). David is captured by Kari's amazons, and he apparently really pleases Kari, who wants him as her consort - but knowing how cruel Kari is he refuses her and is thrown into prison with all the other men of the tribe, who are then forced to do menial labor. But the men aren't the only slaves of queen Kari. Turns out she and all dark-haired women are the master race in her realm while all the blondes serve as slaves and court dancers. And every few days or so, a blonde is sacrificed to the Devils - apparently a neighbouring tribe Kari has arrangements with, along the lines of blondes in exchange for peace. David however has caught the attention of one blonde, Saria (Edina Ronay), who thinks he can lead the slaves to overthrow their masters (or mistresses in this case). So she persuades him to become Kari's consort after all, to have an eye on her and determine the best moment for a revolt. However, Saria and David were quick to fall in love, so when she sees David about to get intimate with Kari, she blows their cover, and thus David is thrown back into prison with the men and chained up, while Saria is prepared for sacrifice to the Devils. However, David's fellos male slaves break his chains and they all start a jolly revolt ...


This movie was made first and foremost to capitalize on the costumes and sets from One Million Years B.C., to get high production value out of limited resources. In comparison to the former film though, Slave Girls pales, not only due to the lack of dinosaurs, it also suffers from a weak story, very limited sets and a few too many ritualistic dance sequences. At the same time though, the film also is high camp - I mean it's got girls in fur bikinis in a slightly nonsensical story with tons of dancing around a white rhino statue - so it can still be enjoyed, just probably not for the intended reasons. But that said, not one of Hammer's better efforts, just nostalgic fun.


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