Spoof based (loosely) on an old Indonesian film, which has had the old foreign soundtrack removed and replaced by an over-dubbed English track. Central character is a female wrestler who has decided that she no longer wants to wrestle, but whose mother (a former wrestler herself) wants her to keep wrestling to make money so her brother can have the operation (his seminal vessels run to his skull, rather than his groin, which purportedly will cause his head to explode if he gets too excited). During the course of her story (in which a number of brawls ensue), she is befriended by a Elvis-impersonating martial artist. Female wrestler Bambi (Eva Arnaz) wants to give up the sport but must continue to fight in order to raise enough cash for her younger brother's corrective surgery (when he gets aroused his sperm goes to his brain). Barry Prima also stars as a fighter, Barney, who befriends Bambi and helps her to defeat some bad guys.
Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters is an Indonesian action flick (original title: Perempuan Bergairah AKA The Fighters), re-dubbed in English by those wags at Troma, who alter the story-line slightly and make the characters say the most asinine things in really dumb voices. With extremely puerile humour, childish sound effects (including burps and farts), and gags about bodily functions, the whole mess becomes tiresome very quickly.
Really bad, even by Troma standards, I'd have preferred to have seen the film as it was originally intended: it couldn't be any worse.
Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters (1982) was a project that Charles Kaufman and the L.A. Connection worked on. Troma bought the rights to a real bad Indonesian action film (shot in Panavision) and re-dubbed it. They made a terrible movie watchable, but it's filled with very juvenile and dated material. But that doesn't mean it's not watchable.
The plot is (F.F.F.F) is about a female wrestler (Bambi)who's sick brother needs an emergency operation. To get the money fast, she signs up with a shady wrestling organization (even though she was courted by a rival promoter). During her training she meets Barney (a man who talks and fights like Elvis) and tries to woo her throughout the movie. Like I said, the movie's humor is very juvenile and adult but if you're into Troma films then you'll dig this one big time. What will happen to Bambi? Will her little brother get that operation? Can Barney sweep her off of her feet? You'll have to find out for yourself!