Gaining theatrical distribution in 1966 from sleaze merchants American Film Distributing Corporation, it received some surprisingly belated Canadian playdates as late as 1973 courtesy of Cinepix. Passed over for VHS release during the format’s boom years, it was considered lost until personal heroes Something Weird Video found the film’s original negative and issued it to tape in 1997. 2003 saw the Girls get a digital makeover on DVD as part of an Olga Triple Feature, partnered with earlier entries White Slaves of Chinatown and Olga’s House of Shame, which naturally comes highly recommended.
Practice your safe word, because more Olga-inspired posts are coming soon! Newspaper ad taken from TCM's Movie Morlocks.
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