Despite being directed by Cirio H. Santiago (so many movies to pick from, but today I’d mention Vampire Hookers and Wheels of Fire), Roger Corman didn’t want this movie to look like it was shot in the Philippines. That’s why it has that opening with Toby (Pat Anderson, Bonnie’s Kids) getting picked up by Dick Miller and taken to LAX. It was shot by Curtis Hanson. Some of the kung fu scenes were shot by Johnathan Demme, so man, three directors!
There’s also Sherry (Lyllah Torena) who juggles men at every destination and sneaks drugs everywhere she goes, which ends up getting her trapped in white slavery. Then there’s Andrea (Lenore Kasdorf), who is kung fu fighting through Hong Kong while Toby is hounded by her mom (Naomi Stevens) and pursued by a hunky doctor (Richard Young, who was the man who gave Indiana Jones his hat at the beginning of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade).
In case you were wondering, yes, Vic Diaz shows up. As a cop, no less!
Yet another in the series of Roger Corman female occupation movies, this one is quite episodic and ends, as one imagines, with all the ladies meeting up to save one another’s days. I imagine most people were watching this through steamed up windows at a drive-in in 1973 and weren’t thinking of the story structure or multiple directors.