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    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

    VHS cover

    Directed by J. F. Lawton

    Written by J. F. Lawton

    Produced by Gary W. Goldstein

    Starring Bill Maher Shannon Tweed Adrienne Barbeau

    Cinematography Robert Knouse

    Music by Carl Dante

    Release date March 15, 1989

    Running time 90 minutes

    Country United States

    Language English

    is a 1989 American comedy film directed by J. F. Lawton and starring Shannon Tweed and Bill Maher. The film sends up many pop culture motifs and societal trends, including feminism (and feminist movements' fragmentation around various issues), B movies (particularly ), celebrities, major writers and political figures, centered around a spoof of Joseph Conrad's 1899 novel . It was the first feature directed (under the pseudonym J. D. Athens) by screenwriter J. F. Lawton, who also authored , and its sequel, and television show

    Contents

    1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Release 4 Reception 5 References 5.1 Sources 6 External links

    Plot[edit]

    The U.S. government grows worried for the nation's avocado supply after some confrontations with the "Piranha" tribe of cannibal women, who live in the mysterious "Avocado Jungle" (westernmost outpost: San Bernardino) and ritually sacrifice and eat men. The government recruits Margo Hunt (Tweed), a professor of feminist studies at a local university called "Spritzer College" (a reference to Pitzer College but filmed at University of California, Riverside), to travel into the Avocado Jungle and make contact with the women to attempt to convince them to move to a reservation/condo in Malibu. Along the way, she and her travelling companions — male chauvinist guide Jim (Maher) and ditzy undergraduate Bunny (Karen Mistal) — meet a tribe of subservient men called the "Donnahew" (a reference to talk-show host Phil Donahue) and face dangers in their path.

    Eventually, the trio (Margo, Bunny and Jim) meets the Piranha women, who have recently taken Dr. Kurtz (played by Adrienne Barbeau) as their "empress." Kurtz is Dr. Hunt's former colleague in feminist studies (the internationally famous author of ) and now her nemesis; she has joined the tribe of Piranha women with her own exploitative agenda. The two argue about the morality of sacrificing men and the exploitation of the Piranha women, and Bunny decides to join the tribe, her first sacrifice being Jim. Bunny cannot go through with the kill, however, and Dr. Hunt escapes, aided by the handsome, intelligent, and sensitive Jean-Pierre (Brett Stimely), who also was to be sacrificed.

    Dr. Margo Hunt finds in the jungle a rival tribe of cannibal women, the Barracuda Women, who are at war with the Piranha women due to differences over which condiment (guacamole or clam dip) most appropriately accompanies a meal of sacrificed man. Hunt returns to the Piranha stronghold with this other tribe and rescues Bunny and Jim as well as Jean-Pierre.

    Margo Hunt challenges Kurtz to a duel for supremacy, and they argue while fighting with various weapons; eventually, Margo impales Kurtz with a fencing sword. Kurtz explains her motives to Hunt in her last words: After ruling the Piranha tribe, she cannot return to civilization and the talk-show circuit. She then kills herself by plunging into a pit filled with water and piranha fish.

    Having discovered the government plot to domesticate the Piranha women by providing aerobics classes and frequent exposure to magazine, Hunt refuses to bring the Piranha women with her, and instead persuades the warring cannibal tribes to reunite, maintaining the peace by means of consciousness raising groups.

    The film ends happily for the trio of main characters: Bunny and Jim are to be married, and Jean-Pierre has enrolled at Dr. Hunt's university as a feminist studies major, becoming in the process the ideal companion for Hunt.

    Cast[edit]

    Bill Maher as Jim

    Shannon Tweed as Dr. Margo Hunt

    Adrienne Barbeau as Dr. Francine Kurtz

    Karen Mistal as Bunny

    Barry Primus as Ford Maddox

    Jim McKrell as Dean Stockwell

    Pat Crawford Brown as Secretary

    Release[edit]

    was released on home video in March 15, 1989.[1]

    Reception[edit]

    From contemporary reviews, "Lor." of found the film "pack some good laughs (and bad puns) but is unfortunately underproduced, giving Paramount Video an okay rental item."[2]

    Retrospective reviews include The Digital Fix's reviewer, who wrote:

    is [a] pretty smart picture, with Lawton's screenplay among its major qualities ... He's also fairly shrewd when it comes to the casting with Tweed (shortly before her move into 'erotic thriller' territory) capturing just the right tongue-in-cheek tone and Barbeau lending the requisite cult appeal. Mistal also acquits herself well — as you would expect from someone with the experience of behind them — whilst Lawton also had the inspired idea of putting his pal Bill Maher in the male hero role.[3]

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death (1989)

    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death: Directed by J.F. Lawton. With Shannon Tweed, Bill Maher, Karen M. Waldron, Adrienne Barbeau. The U.S. government, eager to protect the nation's avocado supplies, recruits feminist professor Margo Hunt to make contact with the Piranha Women, an all-female tribe who believe men are only good as a source of food.

    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

    1989 PG-13 1h 30m

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    Bill Maher Jim

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    Adrienne Barbeau Dr. Kurtz Brett Stimely Jean-Pierre Barry Primus Ford Maddox James MacKrell Dean Stockwell Paul Ross Col. Mattel Vicky Varner Barracuda Leader Alan David Gelman Donnahew Leader Pat Crawford Brown Secretary Christopher Doyle Fred Lloyd Gordon Sam James Trenton Unsavory Steve Reid Bushito Jim Maniaci

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    Storyline

    The government hires a feminist at the local university to track down the Piranha Women living in the uncharted Avocado Jungle (westernmost outpost is San Bernardino) to convince them to move to a reservation condo in Malibu. She hires a guide at the edge of the jungle, a male chauvinist pig, and they have many arguments about men and women as they work their way in, and eventually confront the Piranha Women.—Ed Sutton

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    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death

    A feminist professor (Shannon Tweed) and her team seek a missing Dr. Kurtz (Adrienne Barbeau) and find a lost tribe of piranha women.

    CANNIBAL WOMEN IN THE AVOCADO JUNGLE OF DEATH

    1988, Comedy, 1h 29m

    2 Reviews 2,500+ Ratings

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    MOVIE INFO

    A feminist professor (Shannon Tweed) and her team seek a missing Dr. Kurtz (Adrienne Barbeau) and find a lost tribe of piranha women.

    Rating:PG-13 Genre: Comedy

    Original Language:English

    Director: J.F. Lawton

    Producer: Gary Goldstein

    Release Date (Streaming): Feb 9, 1999

    Runtime: 1h 29m

    CAST & CREW

    Shannon Tweed Dr. Margo Hunt

    Adrienne Barbeau Dr. Kurtz

    Bill Maher Jim

    Karen Mistal Bunny @[email protected]#=img=# Brett Stimely Jean-Pierre @[email protected]#=img=# Barry Primus Ford Maddox

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