Director Don Siegel's psychosexual western-horror drama set in the Civil War period.
The film's tagline descriptively stated: "One man...seven women..a strange house! It starred Clint Eastwood as injured Union soldier Corp.
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Mc B) was able to charm every one of the women - even 12 year-old Amy (Pamelyn Ferdin).
Martha and Edwina were both jealous of Carol, who offered herself to the entrapped soldier.
During a menage-a trois fantasy sequence (in Martha's mind?
), Mc Burney was seen making love to Martha with Edwina next to him, and the two females shared a lesbian kiss.
Abruptly, however, the scene changed and Mc Burney was viewed making love in a room above with Carol.
The hotbed atmosphere of sexual repression, empowered females and vengeful jealousy led Edwina to violently attack him - and later led to further retaliation - a gruesome leg amputation with a hacksaw (and brandy as an anesthetic) and lethal poisoning.
The vogue in the early 70s were low-budget sexploitative women-in-prison (WIP) films, such as this early and influential one by director Jack Hill, with the requisite nudity, violence, feministic attitude and lesbianism, and social grittiness.
[Hill would later go on to direct up-and-coming star Pam Grier in the blaxploitation classic Coffy (1973).] This one was Roger Corman's second film produced by New World Pictures.
Its harsh sequel by director Gerardo de Leon, Women in Cages (1971) (co-produced by Roger Corman) featured basically the same setting, plot, and cast.