Cherry, Harry and Raquel! (Megavixens) (Three Ways to Love) (1969)

Cherry, Harry and Raquel! (Megavixens) (Three Ways to Love)

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A menage-a-trois forms the true basis of this drama that focuses on drug running in New Mexico. The story was written by popular '60s novelist Tom Wolfe. One of the reasons the film has two foci is that the director, Russ Meyer lost several reels of the newly finished film. To fill it out he had a woman wearing naught but an Indian headdress make inane comments about the story. In 1969 the film received an X-rating.

Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense , Comedy
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Written By: Russ Meyer
Runtime:

Cast


as Cherry

as Raquel

as Apache

as Enrique

as Dr. Lee

as Gas Attendant

as Delivery Boy

as Poker Player
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Critic Reviews for Cherry, Harry and Raquel! (Megavixens) (Three Ways to Love)

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | February 23, 2012
Variety
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Stuck with bucketfuls of inserts when half of the film was lost, Russ Meyer simply devises a new pop montage

Full Review… | October 12, 2013
CinePassion

Audience Reviews for Cherry, Harry and Raquel! (Megavixens) (Three Ways to Love)

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"Cherry, Harry & Raquel!" is not Russ Meyer's worst film, but it may be his dullest. The central story involves a border sheriff (Charles Napier, a face that will be familiar even if his name isn't) who is involved in Mexican pot-smuggling and also has two shapely beauties at his disposal. A third gal wearing an Indian headdress romps around naked in unrelated insertions that were admittedly added just to bulk up the film's still-scant running time. The introduction (what's up with Meyer and his love for quasi-academic narration?) and epilogue are equally padded.

The conflict between rival smugglers is flat and uninteresting -- though Meyer's flashy jump cuts are genuinely impressive -- and the scene where the hospitalized kingpin (Franklin Bolger) leers about the nurse massaging his chest is annoyingly crass even by Meyer standards. Cute closing twist, though.

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