Directed by: Ed Forsyth
Stars: Joyce Jillson, Louis Quinn, Thomas Reardon
Description: A mild-mannered airline stewardess becomes an insatiable tigress when she touches down for a layover.
Tara B. True is a flight attendant who makes a weekly swing through New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. In each city, she has a man: Edward, older and wealthy; Johnny, a beach bum with gambling debts; and, Davey, a rock musician on the cusp of success. Tara is a free spirit, faithful to each man in her own way, and so stunning that she dresses in a wig and ill-fitting uniform while she’s working so men won’t harass her constantly. The low-life whom Johnny is in debt to figures out a way to use Tara to help him execute a daring in-flight robbery. But will Tara stand by helplessly, or is superchick ready for action?
SUPERCHICK is so godawful that it is hysterically funny. Terrible acting, the worst fight staging ever seen, dialogue that makes you rewind just to make sure you heard it right (“Last one in bed gets no head” said by Superchick) Superchick is a dowdy brown haired stewardess who changes into a sexy long blonde haired daring adventurer who picks lovers like a kid picks candy. She’s a sexually liberated woman who does what she wants – which mostly is baring a little breast, having sex under garish bedsheets and doing the worst karate moves ever done on Earth. The lead is played by Joyce Jillson who went ont to become a successful syndicated astrology columist.In fact, she became Nancy Reagan’s personal astrologer and got a lot of press during Regan’s presidency when it was revealed that Jillson’s “readings” so influenced Nancy that she would have Ronnie follow them. Yikes!!!
Hopefully she’s a better astrologer than actress because she’s very very bad. There’s lots of quick nudity shots from what looks like washed-up, old strippers. There is a “verbal sex scene” that has to be seen to be believed. With an annoying yet catchy score, this movie has everything for the Ed Wood School Of Enjoyment.