(variation; 1966; NR; 70m)

a.k.a. THE WILD WORLD OF BATWOMAN (original)
a.k.a. SHE WAS A HIPPY VAMPIRE (re-release)

Shown with Short: 515S-Cheating

Ad: "Her thrills rip forth in wide wild adventure!"
Ad: "Beyond Wildest Dreams!"
Video Ad: "Super-heroine battles diabolical evil to save the world!"

Plot: Masked villain Ratfink and Professor Neon steal an atomic hearing-aid and cause trouble for Batwoman and her minions.

Prod/Dir/Scr/Ed/Music Dir: Jerry Warren*
Cin: William Troiano (108-The Slime People)
Cos: Logan Costumes
M/U: George Mitchell a.k.a. George Andre (also actor)
ADir: Jerry Syphers
Music: instrumentals played by The Young Giants

Batwoman / Katherine Victor*
Professor Neon / George Andre (Once In A Blue Moon; Fall Guy)
Flanagan / Steve Brodie (810-The Giant Spider Invasion)
J.B. Christians & Ratfink / Richard Banks (Frankenstein Island)
Heathcliff / Lloyd Nelson (Man Beast; Incredible Petrified World)
Bruno? / Steve Conte (Teenage Zombies)
Tiger / Mel Oshins
Mr. Seltzer / Bruno VeSota (*307-Daddy-O; 511-Gunslinger;
406-Attack of the Giant Leeches; 806-The Undead; TV's Bonanza)
Brookley? / Bob Arbogast (The Falcon and the Snowman)
Bat Girl / Lucki Winn
Bat Girl / Suzanne Lodge (Jagged Edge; Man Trouble)
Bat Girl / Pam Garry
Bat Girl / Sylvia Holiday
Bat Girl / Frances Bryan
Bat Girl / Leah London

Trivia: The clips of the huge cavern and the Mole People are, not surprisingly, footage from the movie 803-THE MOLE PEOPLE.

D.C. Comics, which owned the rights to the character Batman, won a huge lawsuit against JERRY WARREN (1925-1988), who was forced to pull WILD WORLD OF BATWOMAN from distribution. The film was eventually released as SHE WAS A HIPPY VAMPIRE. Other Warren films: 1955-Man Beast; 1958-Teenage Zombies; 1959-Face of the Screaming Werewolf; The Incredible Petrified World; 1960-Creature of the Walking Dead; 1962-Invasion of the Animal People; 1962-Terror of the Blood Hunters; 1963-Attack of the Mayan Mummy; 1964-Curse of the Stone Hand; 1965-Creature of the Walking Dead; and 1981-Frankenstein Island.

Born in New York and raised in California, KATHERINE VICTOR did some modeling after her first film, 1952's Mesa of Lost Women. With the exception of that film and Phil Tucker's Cape Canaveral Monsters (1960), she only did movies directed by Jerry Warren: Teenage Zombies; Curse of the Stone Hand; Creature of the Walking Dead; and Frankenstein Island. She has done voice work for several Hanna-Barbera cartoons including Jonny Quest and Jan of the Jungle. Victor currently does voices of animation characters for some of Disney's straight-to-video releases.

Last Updated: 6/25/1999

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