Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders

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Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders
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Region 2 DVD cover
Directed by Howard Ziehm
Produced by Maurice Smith
Gary Melius
Joseph Garofalo
Joe Allegro
Written by Howard Ziehm
Doug Frisby
Starring Vince Murdocco
Robyn Kelly
Tony Travis
William Dennis Hunt
Morgan Fox
Bruce Scott
Maureen Webb
Music by Paul Zaza
Cinematography Danny Nowak
Edited by Joe Tomatore
Distributed by New Horizons
Release dates
  • January 30, 1989 (1989-01-30)
Running time 98 min. (cut)
102 min. (uncut)
Country Canada
Language English
Budget $1.5 million
Box office $1,288,784

Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders (aka Flesh Gordon 2: Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders) is the 1989 sequel to the sex comedy Flesh Gordon. Like the original, it spoofs the Flash Gordon serials, though the humor is more scatological than the original.

Plot[edit]

Flesh (Vince Murdocco) is kidnapped by cheerleaders from a world known only as The Strange Planet, after the men on their planet are rendered impotent thanks to the villain known only as the Evil Presence (William Dennis Hunt). The Evil Presence, who is in an unhappy relationship with Queen Frigid (Maureen Webb), soon learns of Flesh's arrival on the planet, and wishes to transfer Flesh's penis to himself, in order to make up for his own poor endowment.

Reception[edit]

This movie was rated NC-17 by the MPAA, due to its scatological humor. It is often cited as being one of the worst movies of all time.[citation needed][1]

Cast[edit]

  • Vince Murdocco as Flesh Gordon
  • Robyn Kelly as Dale Ardor
  • Tony Travis as Dr. Flexi Jerkoff
  • William Dennis Hunt as Evil Presence
  • Morgan Fox as Robunda Hooters
  • Bruce Scott as Master Bator
  • Maureen Webb as Queen Frigid
  • Steve-Lyn Ray as Babs
  • Sharon Rowley as Candy Love
  • Blaire Kashino as Sushi
  • Melissa Mounds as Bazonga Bomber

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. Stuck on You Baby - The Groovaholics and Ian McNeil
  2. The Hero Always Get the Girl - Bruce Scott
  3. The All-American Hero - Rod Knowlan

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