- Trina Parks
- Roger E. Mosley
- Shirley Washington
- Bettye Sweet
- Stan Shaw
- Frankie Crocker
- The Dramatics
- Frances E. Nealy
Syreena must investigate the disappearance of her mother, Cinderella.
A series of wild complications follow.
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Here's an odd comedy that seems to have been overlooked a bit.
A bizarre fantasy / blaxploitation / social satire with a few soulful
musical numbers courtesy of The Dramatics! 4 female biker mama's riding
tri-hogs search Watts for queen biker Syreena's (Trina Parks) kidnapped
mother Cinderella. Turns out there's a racist fast-food magnate named
Cross (Norman Bartold who is intentionally made to be a dead ringer for
Colonel Sanders!). He has ties with the KKK (who also ride motorbikes!)
and has plans to clone himself using a bizarre birth machine!
The film does touch on a few social issues but the approach is so
satirical that it comes across as nothing you've ever seen!
For instance, the violence is enhanced with Hanna-Barbara-like cartoon
sound effects, and the police (including genre fave Dick Miller) are
portrayed as total stumbling dimwits who constantly screw up.
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