Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert wrote the screenplay for this 1970 Russ Meyer effort, which was given a (relatively) big-budget production by 20th Century-Fox. It’s quite funny at times, and the expert direction is never less than vigorous, though in retrospect it seems to have marked the end of Meyer’s most appealing period—his comic spirit was more expansive before he learned the word “camp.” With Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, Erica Gavin, and the great pretty-boy creep of the early 70s, Michael Blodgett.