Storm Troopers U.S.A. (1969) Norman Senfeld

Storm Troopers U.S.A. (1969)
Genre: Thriller
Country: USA | Director: Norman Senfeld
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 71mn + 35mn of trailers
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 640x480 - 23.976fps - 1.59gb

“Never should the world forget the murder of millions of innocent people at the hands of the Nazis! Yet today we’re faced with a young, uninformed, misguided people that are forming the American Nazi Party! Wake up, Mr. and Mrs. America! These young people could be your next-door neighbor! The FBI is aware of many such Nazi organizations all over the country! And these young people are hell bent on having Nazi Storm Troopers in the U.S.A.!”

Yes, boys and girls, brace yourselves. Something Weird has done it again, and serves up another ultra-rare, gutter-level, mind-boggling regional rarity that, until now, few people on the earth ever knew existed: Storm Troopers U.S.A.! It’s the kind of fun-lovin’ exploitation film that warns us that Nazis are dangerous, then stops the story dead in its tracks so we can watch sexy women shake their ass. You gotta love it.

After killing an FBI agent in their midst – the film’s best and worst scene – Col. Von Strissen and his henchwoman Olga (SHERRI ALLYN with the worst German accent ever heard in the history of cinema) order their Storm Troopers to invade Miami’s William Penn Hotel and hold all the guests hostage, despite the occupants mainly consisting of sexy girls and dumb sailors. And why, exactly, are the Nazis doing this? Who the hell knows. But it’s enough to upset the leader of the American Nazi Party who tells them to leave the place immediately. In retaliation, Olga orders dumb Sgt. Decker to kill the old coot. But wait! Lt. Randolph, a Nazi member who works at the hotel, is actually another FBI agent, who saves the day so that Americans everywhere can come to the hotel’s cocktail lounge and watch a belly dancer.

Gloriously inept with all the unpolished charm of one of H.G. Lewis’ epics, and barely made coherent with periodic narration, Storm Troopers U.S.A. was shot back to back with producer-director NORMAN SENFELD’s other ignominious opus The Mafia Girls, no doubt meant to be paired with each other on a drive-in double bill. Perfect companion films, the two share so much in common that we strongly suspect that The Mafia Girls was also directed by Mr. Senfeld under the pseudonym “Ed Ross.” (Just speculation, mind you, but we’d bet on it.) But while The Mafia Girls was theatrically released by RAF Industries (a short-lived New York indie that also released The Girl Grabbers and Hercules in New York), Storm Troopers U.S.A.was not, despite the opening credits claiming so.

In fact, Storm Troopers U.S.A. has never received any kind of release and has instead remained unseen and shelved for almost 40 years until Something Weird acquired Mr. Senfeld’s only copy – a 16mm “bluecoat” – which had already begun to shrink. Fortunately, valiant restoration efforts resulted in the damn thing being digitally remastered so that you and your families can join us in shaking our collective heads in astonished disbelief. -- Frank Henenlotter
 Storm Troopers U.S.A. (1969)

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