Mars Needs Women

"Terrible"

Mars Needs Women Review


Can you make a film out of nothing but stock footage interspersed with hammy acting and the thinnest of stories? Yes, Virginia, but no one will think it's any good. The painfully bad Mars Needs Women has Tommy Kirk as a Martian who's come with his buddies to claim a load of females for a woman-deprived home planet. Using hypnosis and a teleportation ability, they woo women back to their miniature spacecraft -- but will they escape the Earth's military in time? Utterly corny and lacking even the most basic of special effects (though a five-minute burlesque scene by Bubbles Cash helps), what Mars Needs Women really needs is a plot.


Mars Needs Women

Facts and Figures

Run time: 83 mins

Distributed by: American-International Tel.

Production compaines: Azalea Pictures

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Contactmusic.com: 1 / 5

IMDB: 3.0 / 10

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Starring: as Dop - Martian Fellow #1 / Mr. Fast - Seattle Sun Reporter, as Dr. Bolen, as Martian Doctor / Fellow #2, as Martian Fellow #3, as Martian Fellow #4, as Martian Fellow #5, as Artist Abducted by Martians, as Brenda Knowlan, Abductee, as Stewardess Abducted by Martians, as Stripper Abducted by Martians, Byron Lord as Col. Bob Page, U.S.D.S., Roger Ready as Stimmons, Barnett Shaw as Man at Military Conference, Neil Fletcher as Secretary of Defense, Chet Davis as Network News Man, Ron Scott as Extra, George Edgley as Planetarium Director, Dick Simpson as Extra, Don Campbell as Extra, Bob Hazlett as James, Gas Station Attendant, Ann Palmer as U.S.D.S. Tech, Gordon Bulow as Extra, Bill Thurman as Drunk on Pier, as Extra, Claude Earls as Extra, Sally Casey as Extra, Bob Lorenz as Extra, Sylvia Rundell as Extra, David England as Planetarium Manager, Terry Davis as Extra, as Narrator of Planetarium Film

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