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ROBYN HILTON BEGINS IN THE EXPLOITATION 'WONDER WOMEN'

Robyn Hilton enters into an eclectic exploitation comedy career in Wonder Women circa 1973
As mentioned a few posts ago, ROBYN HILTON, best known as Mel Brooks's Governor's red-haired bimbo in his best and her first feature, BLAZING SADDLES, is the Queen of Cult Film Freak, gaining more and more hits on the few posts she's appeared in: beginning with only a few screen-captures from a cameo on STARSKY & HUTCH; that post which is the number three all-time popular here...

Meanwhile, the review of  the campy and awesome DOC SAVAGE featuring Robyn alongside former Tarzan Rod Ely is ranking at number 9 all-time, and in the last writeup we covered her final appearance in the late eighties and now, at the other side of the spectrum, are some sexy shots of Robyn Hilton in her rudimentary role... an exploitation/chicks-with-guns doozy titled WONDER WOMEN (plural) opposite Ross Hagen: Her character, at the tail-end of the movie, unfairly uncredited as Girl in White Bikini, enters the leading man's cabana to play a dirty game of chess and, before they hit the sack the title tough-babes appear, including Nancy Kwan and Roberta Collins...
Taking off her glasses or holding her head for a migraine, here's Robyn Hilton in WONDER WOMEN from 1973
Robyn Hilton makes the very close of WONDER WOMEN
Robyn Hilton makes the very close of WONDER WOMEN
Robyn Hilton and Ross Hagen bond in WONDER WOMAN
Robyn Hilton with an expression she'd give Mel Brooks in BLAZING SADDLES the following year
Robyn Hilton with Ross Hagen in a dirty game of chess ala WONDER WOMEN
Robyn Hilton with Ross Hagen in a dirty game of chess ala WONDER WOMEN
Closeup of Robyn Hilton closing the show of WONDER WOMAN
Robyn Hilton with Ross Hagen in her first venture of any kind... WONDER WOMEN in 1973
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