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Wild Gals of the Naked West Reviews

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½ December 3, 2016
A fairly likable Meyer film despite it's shoddy production values (there are no interior sets, so almost every scene is an extreme closeup with a solid colour background) and lack of any story. You visit an old western town and the ghost of an old codger tells you what the lawless town used to be like. Apparently there was lots of slapstick comedy and lots of topless women running around. It has manic energy and an amiable "what the hell?" quality that makes it pretty endearing if you like Meyer's stuff.
July 10, 2016
Not Russ Meyer's best work by far.
July 12, 2012
Russ Meyer truly at depicting the real buxom ladies. A true appetite of man who is so much deeply in love with voluptuous figure of female body. Don't expect anything miraculous, but be happy to see some vintage stuff.
May 17, 2010
Russ Meyer's sex farce of the old west is one of his lesser achievements, but it's still worthwhile being a Meyer picture. As plotless as they come basically a fistfull of different skits, some work some don't. A must for Meyer fans, as for everyone else don't expect much.
½ January 14, 2009
Wild Gals of the Naked West
½ September 12, 2008
jos jedan Meyerov film pogledan... ne znam da li da dam Anti da ih gleda ?! :)... sva sreca da traje samo sat vremena... koliko dugo mozes gledati jeftine skeceve golih zena i pijanica izmontiranih i pomjesanih da traju vjecnost
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½ August 16, 2008
Pretty terrible... actually, amazingly terrible. But in one of those hilarious manners than seemingly only Meyer can pull off with just the right amount of sleaziness and still, bizarrely, a childish sense of humor.

The film amounts to a silent-film gag reel of running jokes and slapstick with an absurd amount of gratuitous, but totally nonsexual (to our current standards), nudity.

Most of the jokes are awful, poorly executed, and utterly strange... yet combined with the childish perverseness of Russ Meyer, it amounts to something to stare in awe at, incredulously elbowing your friends and remarking "It may be trashing, I may not know what the blazes is going on... but it sure as hell isn't boring."
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