Cast: Bach Robin; Blodgett Michael; Brook Sebastian; Cellini Joseph; Corsentino Frank; Curry Mibb; Francis Coleman; Gurian David; Halligan T.J.; Holmes Rick; Iglehart James; Jobes Heath; Kent Marshall; Kriss Michael; Laurie Tim; Lazar John; Logan John; McBroom Bruce; McLeod Duncan; Meyer Russ; Napier Charles; Page Harrison; Pillsbury Garth; Provan ‘Big Jack’; Riordan Christopher; Ross Stan; Rowland Henry; Sander Ian; Santos Bert; Stratton George; Strawberry Alarm Clock The; Wescourt Gordon; Barb Lillian; Cabot Ceil; Carroll Mary; Cole Jackie; Crawford Tea; Davis Phyllis; Ericson Veronica; Gavin Erica; Grier Pam; Haji; Livingston Princess; Louie Bebe; McBroom Marcia; Myers Cynthia; Phillips Ashley; Ray Angel; Read Dolly; Reed Susan; Rees Joyce; Roby Lavelle; Scott Samantha; Smith Karen; Tani Koko; Williams Edy; Hershon Red; Meyer Eve; Ebert Roger; Koenekamp Fred J.; Phillips Stu; Hayes David; Cahn Dann; Wormell Dick; Diez Manny
Taglines: This time… they’ve really gone
This Is Not A Sequel. There Has Never Been Anything Like It!
The world is full of them, the super-octane girls who are old at twenty. If they get to be twenty.
The first of the shock rock!
Storyline: This film is a sequel in name only to Valley of the Dolls (1967). An all-girl rock band goes to Hollywood to make it big. There they find success, but luckily for us, they sink into a cesspool of decadence. This film has a sleeping woman performing on a gun which is in her mouth. It has women posing as men. It has lesbian sex scenes. It is also written by Roger Ebert, who had become friends with Russ Meyer after writing favorable reviews of several of his films.
A hip and happenin’ all girl rock group head to LA to claim lead-singer Kelly’s inheritance and make it (and make it) in LA. They immediately fall under the spell of rock’n’roll Svengali, the ‘Teen Tycoon’ of rock Ronnie ‘Z-Man’ Barzell, and other rapacious Hollywood party types as lustful porno actress Ashley St Ives, ravenous lesbian Roxanne and shady lawyer Porter Hall. Soon the girls fall into a morass of drugs and deceit as their recording success soars. It takes several tragedies to make them stop and think… but is it too late?