Girls on the Rocks (1962)

77 mins | Comedy | 1962

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HISTORY

Press material claims that the film was smuggled out of Cuba. ...

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Press material claims that the film was smuggled out of Cuba.

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Premiere Information:
Los Angeles showing: 23 Nov 1962
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Eastman Color
Duration(in mins):
77
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Members of an all-woman orchestra are shipwrecked on what appears to be an unknown tropical island. Thinking their rescue to be a long way off, they set out to build a shelter and bathe in the open, much to the delight of the island's only visible white male who claims to be Karzan, son of Tarzan. After rescuing the women from a band of wild natives who destroy their shelter, Karzan invites them to his adobe mansion on a ranch. It soon becomes apparent that Karzan is actually the foreman of the ranch, which is located on an island near the Florida coast, and the natives prove to be a band of Cuban dancers. When the real owner and his wife return to the ranch for their vacation, they find their foreman swinging through the trees and nude women lounging on their front ...

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Members of an all-woman orchestra are shipwrecked on what appears to be an unknown tropical island. Thinking their rescue to be a long way off, they set out to build a shelter and bathe in the open, much to the delight of the island's only visible white male who claims to be Karzan, son of Tarzan. After rescuing the women from a band of wild natives who destroy their shelter, Karzan invites them to his adobe mansion on a ranch. It soon becomes apparent that Karzan is actually the foreman of the ranch, which is located on an island near the Florida coast, and the natives prove to be a band of Cuban dancers. When the real owner and his wife return to the ranch for their vacation, they find their foreman swinging through the trees and nude women lounging on their front lawn.

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