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Somewhere next to nowhere, rural America: Adolph Schwartz (Edward
Schaaf), who looks and talks like Hitler and eventually turns out to be
him, is killed, after having perversse SM sex with a variety of partners,
including the Ethiopian Chef (Elaine Collins), the always masked
headperson (Candy Samples), the Oriental Limehouse (Su Ling), Pocahontas
(Foxy Lae) and even local boy Paul (Robert McLane). All of those could
have killed him ... but then the film digresses.
Enter Margo Winchester (Raven De La Croix), who upon her arrival is
immediately raped, but manages to kill the assailant (Larry Dean) and persuades
(you know what I mean) sheriff Homer Johnson (Monty Bane) to let her off
scot free. Later she starts working in Paul's (yes, the Paul from above)
and Alice's (Janet Wood) bar, and because of her big hooters, she attracts
business like nobody's business ... including gigantic but retarded
lumberjack Ray (Bob Schott), who eventually gets so turned on by her that
he rapes her ... and when Alice tries to help her, he rapes her as well.
It takes the combined efforts of Paul and the sheriff to stop him, but
both of them have to let their lives.
Then Alice reveals herself to be Hitler's killer, because he - actually
her father, as she is actually Eva Braun jr - has tried to destroy her
relationship with Paul. Naturally, Margo Winchester, who turns out to be a
federal Agent, defeats her in the end.
Kitten Natividad is the Greek Chorus, who comments on on-screen
goings-on in the nude and mainly in erotic poses.
Not that Up! is an all bad movie, but by and large, Russ Meyer's
films from the 1970's are just pale parodies of his 1960's classics, and
this one i sn o exception. Somehow, Meyer has lost his ability to
stringent storytelling on the way too, as this film, after building up an
amusing, sleazy and amusingly sleazy murder mystery, suddenly progresses
to tell a very different - and in fact inverior - story, only to in the
end rather unexpectedly return to the original narration.
Still, some fun can be found in the details of the film, and the
pleasent unseriousness of the film, just don't expect one of Meyer's