The picture opens with an ominous voice-over, reminiscent of an old Ed Wood picture, warning us of the dangers of a certain creature that often "travels in packs." Of course this creature is none other than ... the go-go dancer, which, when released after a hard night's work, has the tendency to wander through the desert looking for trouble.
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As the opening titles warn the viewer, the film is in no way a sequel to the 1967 camp classic Valley of the Dolls, based on the popular Jacqueline Susann novel about three ingénues' exposure to Hollywood decadence. This film manages to so exponentially up the ante on its predecessor's camp as to earn its title. It's unlikely the late Ms. Susann would have been able to stomach it.
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