Majestic released this film on 15 April 1933, and then they released The Sin Of Nora Moran on 13 December 1933, eight months later.
Her final role of any consequence was Vice Girls, the goofy story of three babe cops on the trail of a serial killer who likes to videotape young runaways right before he turns them into ravioli.
Clarkson became quite the icon of 80s sword and sorcery, taking the lead in the similarly clothes-light Barbarian Queen and its sequel.
Somewhat notably, she escapes from this seemingly doomed situation by defeating her jailer by way of a rather extreme application of the Cleopatra Grip I'll let you look that one up! For a long time I was the only person reviewing her movies in any kind of depth, and she read the reviews with rapt and disapproving critical attention.
She retired from acting and married producer and liquor salesman Bert E.
And, while occasionally she dons pasties for modesty, that's the same look she boasts the whole movie.
A sword-wielding warrior, Amethea, and a few companions embark on a life-or-death mission to liberate her people from the clutches of a brutal monarch who destroyed her village and enslaved...
Description: The story really isn't too important but suffice to say it features a group of Amazonian type women on a quest to get vengeance on a tribe of incredibly misogynistic men who opened up the movie by raping and murdering their people.