PG | | Action, Comedy
Six sexy women, and a teenage girl, devastate a right-wing militia before doing battle with ruthless drug pushers.
The scene with Susan Kiger singing on stage was done by recording the song in advance and playing it back during the filming of said scene so Kiger could lip sync to it.
Women can make a difference!
TV antenna vanishes after drug dealer falls off roof top.
In the re-release version, titled "Angels' Revenge," the structure of the film is radically changed. The womens' attack on the drug processing plant is moved from the middle of the film to the beginning. Halfway through this scene, the picture freezes, and newly recorded voiceover by Jacqueline Cole explains the action and sets up the background of the story. The next hour of the film is made up of the original cut's beginning, now told as a flashback. When the film reaches the point of the womens' raid on the drug plant, the narrative jumps forward, with more voiceover from Cole, and proceeds in an identical fashion to the original cut of the film.
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