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Movie: Vixen!(1968)[tt0063787] Vixen lives in a Canadian mountain resort with her naive pilot husband. While he's away flying in tourists, she gets it on with practically everybody including a husband and his wife, and even her biker brother. She is openly racist, and she makes it clear that she won't do the wild thing with her brother's biker friend, who is black. Written byMark Logan <>
Title Vixen!
Release Date 22 October 1968 (USA)
Genres Drama
Production Companies Coldstream Films, Eve Productions, Goldstein Films
Garth Pillsbury
Garth Pillsbury...
Tom Palmer...
Harrison Page
Harrison Page...
Peter Carpenter
Peter Carpenter...


Michael_Elliott on 24 July 2008
Vixen! (1968) *** (out of 4) Vixen Palmer (Erica Gavin) is the wife of a bush pilot in Canada and when he's out of town she undresses and does anyone she can get her hands on. Vixen's sexual charms turns on her brother who she will have sex with without an issue but she refuses to sleep with any black man as she feels they are dirty animals. Yes, this is Russ Meyer's take on racism mixed in with everything the cult director is known for. If you're afraid of sex and nudity then you might as well skip this film because we see the beautiful Vixen taking on various men, her brother and even a woman. Needless to say, Gavin has very big breast and Meyer isn't afraid to show them at any chance he gets. Gavin's beauty certainly shines through and I also felt she gave a pretty good performance as she's able to handle Meyer's dialogue and deliver all the goods. Harrison Page is also very good as the black guy Vixen is constantly throwing racial slurs at. It's rather strange how Meyer deals with the racism because he clearly gives the message off that it's wrong but the first half of the film tries and gets comedy from the subject as Vixen throws out all sorts of watermelon jokes as well as other slurs. At the end of the film is when the comedy stops and Meyer pours on the drama about racism in general as well as the Vietnam war. It's rather amazing at how he can make you laugh for half the film and then turn on a dime and deliver a message but he pulls it off. The film runs 70-minutes, which is the right running time to get everything covered and in the end the cult director manages another fine film if you can handle his type of movie.

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