The Wild Women of Wongo (1958)

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This exploitation adventure will be a delight for camp lovers and chronicles the mayhem that ensues when the handsome tribesmen of Goona tire of their gooney-looking wives and head for the isle of Wongo where the women are bountiful beauties, equally tired of their wimpy, ugly men. When the beautiful people unite, a night of wild dancing and crazy passion follows. Kowabunga!
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Cult Movies
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Studio:
Bentley

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Cast

John Walsh
as Engor
Ed Fury
as Gahbo
Val Phillips
as Woman of Wongo
Roy Murray
as Man of Goona
Rex Richards
as King of Wongo
Pat Crowley
as Man of Wongo
Steve Klisanin
as Man of Goona
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Critic Reviews for The Wild Women of Wongo

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Full Review… | November 8, 2011
Movie Gurus

One of the most bizarre movies I have seen in a long time - and I mean that in a bad way.

Full Review… | September 27, 2004
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Audience Reviews for The Wild Women of Wongo

½

Boring story and terrible characters. The plot doesn't seem to go anywhere and the film doesn't offer a whole lot.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Excremental 1950's movie appropriately shares soundtrack with Plan 9 from Outer Space. Landmark of Florida motion picture history. Great scenes at the Coral Castle.

Robert Underwood
Robert Underwood
½

Read the plot: if you get excited and start laughing already, you must watch this sexist, chauvinistic piece of beautiful garbage. If you think you would enjoy shameless, absurd exploitation of tragically beautiful actors and actresses with no talent, and the sly commentary of an incoherent parrot, then this is the film for you, Also, handsome shirtless men get roped in like cattle...literally. Great for a few good laughs but don't pay too much.

SJL Reyes
SJL Reyes

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