Synopsis by Mark Deming
A gang of sexually ambidextrous women takes on society by planning a bank robbery in this frantic sexploitation drama. Bobbi is the leader of a gang of renegade females who live for good times and pay the law no mind. Most of the members of Bobbi's gang are, like her, bisexual, and one of her frequent playmates is Darlene, who has an on-and-off boyfriend named Jack. Jack works at a bank, and Darlene is able to get enough information about the bank from him to plan a robbery that should allow the gals to do as they please for a long time to come. Jack has also attracted the attention of another of Bobbi's underlings, relatively straight-laced Jane. Other members of the club include Eve, who isn't sure if she approves of Bobbi's criminal ambitions, and Judy, who was scarred by an emotionally abusive relationship and now prefers to company of men who treat her like dirt. Bobbi and the gang manage to pull off the robbery and get away with a quarter of a million dollars, and they celebrate with an orgy, complete with money littering the floor. However, Jack isn't happy with the fact Darlene was involved in the robbery, which could jeopardize his career, and threatens to turn her in to the police; Bobbi and Darlene respond by showing Jack what happens to guys who squeal. The Girl From Pussycat's cinematography is credited to Soren Kierkegaard, a fairly remarkable accomplishment for an author and philosopher who passed away in 1855.