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Beneath the valley of the Ultra-Vixens

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An unnamed narrator (Stuart Lancaster) guides us through events in Small Town USA, a Texas town near the Mexican border. The sexual demands of his wife, Lavonia (Francesca "Kitten" Natividad), are making it hard for Lamar Shedd (Ken Kerr) to concentrate on his mail-order accountancy course. He finally gives in to her, but insists on having anal sex, as is his wont, to her dismay and disgust. Lavonia storms out of the house and spends the night with her burly lover, garbage collector Mr. Peterbuilt (Pat Wright). While she is gone, a troubled Lamar finds solace in the voice of Eufaula Roop's (Anne Marie) faith-healing program on radio station Rio Dio.

The next morning, Lamar goes to his mechanic's job at the auto yard of Junkyard Sal (June Mack). While Lavonia is busily making a man out of a young boy at the local swimming hole, Lamar is forced to gratify the lusts of his employer.

In love with her husband but unwilling to tolerate his particular sexual preference, Lavonia purchases an erotic outfit from a door-to-door salesman and tries "curing" Lamar by seducing him in the guise of stripper Lola Langusta. This fails, as does a visit to dentist and marriage counselor Dr. Asa Lavender (Robert Pearson), who frantically tries to seduce Lamar himself. In desperation, Lamar goes to Rio Dio, where Sister Eufaula finally converts him in a combination baptism/seduction. Lamar returns home, forcibly ejects Mr. Peterbuilt from his bed and wife, and makes peace with Lavonia, to her lubricious delight. After the narrator leaves the viewers to make love to his wife, the director (Russ Meyer) appears, bearing his camera in some of the film's desert settings, to conclude the film and tell us to watch for THE JAWS OF VIXEN (a film Meyer never made).

Like UP! and SUPERVIXENS, BENEATH THE VALLEY OF THE ULTRAVIXENS plays like a parody of a Russ Meyer film--and Meyer was never far from parody to begin with. Or to put it another way, it's the closest he ever came to an homage to one of his admitted influences, comic strip artist Al Capp. It's probably best to consider this as nothing more than a showcase for Meyer's then-current lover, Natividad, and as such, the film is a resounding success. Natividad can't act, but then she's never required to: her dialogue is dubbed, and Meyer, who cast women on the basis of their bra sizes rather than their acting abilities, had long since perfected the technique of "creating" performances in the editing room. In her favor, Natividad combines a lushly proportioned physique with a camera-friendly personality--she's one of the few Meyer heroines who actually seems to be enjoying herself.

Although Meyer resisted the trend toward explicit sex, he got as close as he ever would here with the aid of briefly-glimpsed rubber prosthetic phalluses for his actors, as obviously fake as the preposterous breasts of co-star Anne Marie. (Typically for Meyer, this is more bawdy than erotic.) The hilarious commentary, a parody of "Our Town," was written by Roger Ebert using the pseudonym "R. Hyde." ULTRAVIXENS is the kind of movie that could only be made by someone who was his own producer, director, writer, photographer, editor, and (most importantly) distributor. (If that's not enough, Meyer also claims to have scored the film's sex scenes with recordings of his own flatulence).
Date Added: 10/11/2012 by Thomas
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