California: RM Films International, 1975. Original black-and-white film still photograph from the 1975 film. Seen in the still is a three-panel vignette of actress and model Ann Marie, who had a bit role in the film.
"Supervixens" was one of Meyer's final feature films, produced for a little more than $70,000, and starred voluptuous actresses Shari Eubank ("SuperVixen / SuperAngel"), the late-great Charles Napier, ("Harry"), pornographic A-list star Uschi Digard ("SuperSoul / telephone operator), Haji ("SuperHaji," costar of Meyer's 1965 classic, "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!"), and, as with many of the director's films, Meyer makes a cameo ("Motel Manager #2).
Of the film itself, Meyer insisted it was the most sexually concentrated film he'd made, with the byline "There's a new chick every 10 minutes". Not surprising is the fact that the director had fallen into disfavor with feminists throughout most of his filmmaking career, a fact that recent critics have argued with the notion that his films are, in fact, pro-woman (many of Meyer's films portray images of strong women exercising their wills).
8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.