Those "naughty stewardesses" are at it again! But this time they’ve turned in their Mile High Club sky miles for a sexy, rousing, Old West-styled adventure on a dude ranch. Punchin’ cattle and breakin’ stallions are the last things on their minds as these lovely ladies earn their wings in a whole new way…blazing a trail straight to the bedroom.
- Stars:Yvonne De Carlo, Robert Livingston, Don 'Red' Barry, Geoffrey Land, Connie Hoffman, Regina Carrol, Marilyn Joi, Harry Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Lon Bradshaw, Sheldon Lee, Jerry Mills, Jon Shank, Nicolle Riddell, Carol Bilger,
- Director:Al Adamson,
- Writer:Samuel M. Sherman (story), Samuel M. Sherman (screenplay), John D'Amato (screenplay)
BLAZING STEWARDESSES features Adamson's wife, cult scream queen Regina Carrol, and Yvonne DeCarlo, best know as TV's Lily Munster. This broad comedy, the sequel to NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blazing Stewardesses torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Black Mass, but the real thing.
(mx) wrote: Little kids will enjoy, not for adults.
(ru) wrote: dont watch this one.
(au) wrote: Friday, August 16, 2013 (1980) Clones of Bruce Lee DUBBED MARTIAL ARTS It has often been said that the Bruce Lee name continued to be exploited long after he had died, and this movie is evidence to that which regards a scientist taking a small sample of blood from Bruce Lee's arm for the intentions of creating clones of the martial arts star- hence the name. And since this facility was being financed by the SBI not the FBI mind you which stands for the "Special Branch of Investigators' , the real intentions for the cloning was to do some good with it by sending each of the Bruce Lee clones to do some good with it such as to going after a well renown movie producer who was dealing with gold smuggling, and a doctor in Thailand dealing with narcotics. Notice the credits called each of the characters chosen to play the clones of Bruce Lee all have some relation tot he Bruce Lee name which are Dragon Lee, Bruce Le with "E" missing, Bruce Lai and finally Bruce Thai. 2 out of 4 stars
(br) wrote: This Film Is Turning 90 Years Old In 2017.
(kr) wrote: a God awful terrible movie so bad I turned it off
(ru) wrote: O'Toole is brilliant as the childish and tortured Henry II. The good king has boundary problems (as most monarchs do) but also seems conflicted on exactly what kind of relationship he expects from his best friend. Unlike most reviewers, I do not find this performance from Burton worthy of him: he seems wooden and unbelievable as a devout and taciturn man of the cloth.
(au) wrote: I was surprised how much I liked it. A Lot oh pop corn fun
(kr) wrote: Even if not completely as striking as it was aiming for, this remains a strong WWII movie from a still-unrecognized point of view that brings out Spielberg's best in detail and human drama, and represents a shining start for Christian Bale.
(au) wrote: Good minor coming of age flick that without warning just ends....I hate when that happens.
(nl) wrote: The production on this was actually canceled back in 2006, so I find it very funny that it's still listed on Flixster.