"Calling All Girls" is a song by the British rock band Queen. It is the eighth track on the album Hot Space and it was written by Roger Taylor. It was the fourth single from the album. It was released as a single in the summer of 1982 in the US, Canada and Poland, where it peaked at #60, #5 and #6 respectively.
"Calling All Girls" was the first Roger Taylor-penned song to be released as a single, although it was only released in certain countries, including the US, Australia and Canada, but not the UK. Taylor composed the song on guitar, playing feedback noises during the break. There is also the notable use of record-scratching.
The video is a parody of the George Lucas film THX 1138, and was rarely seen before being released on Greatest Video Hits 2 and the band's official YouTube page. Both Roger Taylor and Brian May openly expressed disdain for the video in their commentary for it, with Taylor claiming the song's message had nothing to do with robots (which make a prominent appearance).