Ebony, Ivory & Jade (1976)

Genres - Action, Adventure  |   Sub-Genres - Action Thriller, Sexploitation  |   Release Date - Sep 24, 1976 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 90 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - R
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Synopsis by Robert Firsching

This '70s drive-in classic was directed by prolific Filipino filmmaker Cirio Santiago. The plot concerns a trio of female athletes who are snatched from the Hong Kong Olympics and sold into white slavery, whereupon they use martial arts and blazing guns to defeat their tormentors. Familiar drive-in starlets Rosanne Katon and Colleen Camp are the headliners in this murky-looking film which features some entertaining fight scenes but suffers from poor production values and extended scenes in the Philippine Tagalog language without benefit of subtitles. Advertisements referred to the stars as "3 Foxy Mamas Turned Loose," despite the fact that one of the three is killed fairly early in the film.




ransom, kidnapping, revenge, sex, terrorism