She-Devils on Wheels

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She-Devils on Wheels
Poster of the movie She-Devils on Wheels.jpg
Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis
Produced by Herschell Gordon Lewis
Written by Allison Louise Downe
Story by Fred M. Sandy
Starring Betty Connell
Nancy Lee Noble
Christie Wagner
Music by Larry Wellington
Cinematography Roy Collodi
Edited by Richard Brinkman
Production
company
Mayflower Pictures
Distributed by Mayflower Pictures
Release dates 7 May 1968
Running time 82 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $50,000 (estimated)

She-Devils On Wheels is a 1968 American exploitation film about an all-female motorcycle gang called The Man-Eaters, directed and produced by Herschell Gordon Lewis.

Plot[edit]

The Man Eaters are led by Queen (Betty Connell). The gang's main activity is racing each other, then having a wild orgy at their clubhouse afterward. The race determines the order in which the girls get to pick a man. One of the fastest held rules of the group is that "all men are mothers" and no Man-Eater falls in love. New initiate Karen (Christie Wagner), strains these rules as the gang finds her choosing the same man, Bill (David Harris), several times. The Man-Eaters test Karen's loyalty by making her drag a well beaten Bill from the back of her motorcycle. Karen's loyalty is tested again when her ex-boyfriend, Ted (Rodney Bedell), urges Karen to leave the gang because of the danger presented by a rival gang of hot-rodders led by a man named Joe-Boy (John Weymer).

Critical reception[edit]

Allmovie criticized the film, citing the bad acting as "entertaining".[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fred Beldin. "She-Devils on Wheels (1968)". Allmovie. Retrieved 1 July 2012. 

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