Guerillas in Pink Lace (1964)
Released in 1964: A gambler is stranded with four exotic dancers and their manager during WWII on a remote Pacific island with two Japanese soldiers manning a radio shack.
Produced by George Montgomery
Directed by George Montgomery
Written by George Montgomery and Ferde Grofe Jr.
The Actors: George Montgomery (Brad Murphy aka Father Osgood), Valerie Varda (Lori ), Jane Earl (Jane ), Ruth Earl (Marguerite ), Joan Shawlee (Miss Gloria Maxine), Robin Grace (Josie ), Diki Lerner (young Japanese radio man on the island), Joe Sison (older Japanese radio man on the island), Dylan McLaughlin (unknown), Ken Loring (unknown), Francis Pau (unknown), Totoy Torrente (unknown), Jennings Sturgeon (unknown), Fifi Stoner (unknown), Jack Davis (unknown), Orpha Dohghert (unknown), Jim Montgomery Sr. (George Montgomery's real father, as Father Osgood)
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Murphy and the Ladies . . . Whata Way to Go!
When I think of George Montgomery, I think about beautiful ladies . . . Sure, he was a self-taught sculptor, creating bronze busts of John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Randolph Scott . . . his sculpture of wife Dinah Shore still sits in the Mission Hills Country Club, home of the Dinah Shore Golf Tournament.
George Montgomery created hand-made custom hardwood furniture, and he also designed and built 11 homes for friends and relatives in addition to acting in more than 80 motion pictures. But George Montgomery and the girls . . . Ohh the girls in his life . . . He was married to Dinah Shore from 1943 till 1963, but before his marriage to Dinah Shore his longtime girlfriend was actress Carole Landis. His first acting job was as stuntman in a movie starring Greta Garbo, and rumors had him linked with Ginger Rogers, Hedy Lamarr and others.
Possibly drawing on his World War II Army Air Force experiences he produced and directed and starred in this independent motion picture filmed in 1964 . . . a year after his brush with death at the hand of a jealous woman . . . Yup, you heard me right . . . one of the women in his life was going to shoot him and then herself . . . George Montgomery and wife Dinah Shore split up in 1963, and before that year was over his housekeeper attempted to shoot Montgomery and then herself, but failed in the attempt, allowing him to create this movie that was released in 1964.
In this sexy comedy adventure George Montgomery is Brad Murphy, a gambling, fighting, womanizing, heavy drinker in Manila when Pearl Harbor is bombed and World War II in the Pacific begins. All of the foreigners in Manila want to get out fast, but very few are able to get permission for one of the few flights out of Manila. Our gambling, hung-over hero meets Father Osgood, who has a pass out of Manila, so our gambling man steals his pass and dresses as a priest and leaves Manila on a plane with several strippers . . . er . . . dancing girls . . . who got passes because their manager Miss Maxine, played by Joan Shawlee, had a night of pleasure with a local army Colonel. The plane is shot down and our gambler dressed as a priest is stranded with three strippers and their manager on a lonely island inhabited only by two Japanese soldiers who are manning a radio shack on the lookout for enemy planes.
The possibilities are many, and the laughs and innuendos are just as plenteous. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
George Montgomery and Joe Seison
James Montgomery Letz
Robin Grace exercises her thumbs