Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Toshiya Fujita directed this fifth and final film in the popular exploitation series begun with Naraneko Rokku: Onna Bancho (1970). The all-girl motorcycle gang known as the Alleycats have become hippies by this time, living in a commune in Shijiku. Their leader, once again played by Meiko Kaji, is involved with a gangster's son (Yoshio Harada of 1992's Rasuto Furankenshutain), who spurns the ways of the yakuza, leading his father to take drastic action. The series might have continued, but Kaji left the Nikkatsu Studios to star in a series of women's prison films for Toei beginning with Joshu 701-go Sasori (1972).
biker, gangster, motorcycle, son