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Pamela Anderson stars as a bar owner/mercenary Barb Wire. She becomes involved in a scheme about contact lenses that can help a scientist get across the American border to expose a governmental cover-up.
Don't call me babe!
Also Known As:
Title: Barb Wire
Release Date: May 03, 1996
Runtime: 98 mins
All Genres: Action, Sci-Fi
Languages: English, French, German
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 3.1
Buried.com Rating: 4.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With B
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for violence and nudity/sexuality.
Amir Aboulela ...Patron
Adriana Alexander ...Redhead
David Andriole ...Goon #2
Vanessa Lee Asher ...Emily
Ron Balicki ...Customs Agent #1
Jennifer Banko ...Spike
Candace Kita ...Dancer (as Candace Camille Bender)
Xander Berkeley ...Alexander Willis
Tony Bill ...Foster
Alex Bookston ...Man in White Suit
Gil Borgos ...Old Man
Andre Rosey Brown ...Big Fatso
Mark Collver ...Manny (as Marc Collver)
Tina Cote ...Woman in Bar #1 (as Tina Cote)
Vinnie Curto ...Aide to Pryzer
Shelly Desai ...Sharif
Miles Dougal ...Goon #1
Ken Forsgren ...Greaseball
Darrel Heath ...Soldier - Flashback
Clint Howard ...Schmitz
Neil Hunt ...Weasel
Diana Lee Inosanto ...Customs Agent #2 (as Diana Lee Insanto)
Udo Kier ...Curly
Henry Kingi ...Moe
Tiffany Lawrence ...Security Guard
Pamela Anderson ...Barb Wire (as Pamela Anderson Lee)
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ...Bouncer (as Tiny 'Zeus' Lister)
Marshall Manesh ...Sheik (as Marshal Manesh)
Temuera Morrison ...Axel
Jack Noseworthy ...Charlie
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Robert Del Valle
Barb Wire Horror Film Trailer 1
Barb Wire Horror Film Trailer 2
"Spill the Wine"
"Disease or Accident"
"Hot Child in the City"
"Blondie's Squad Car"
"She's So Free"
"Tango for Griselda"
More Movie Taglines:
- Don't call me babe!
- No laws. No limits. No turning back.
- [repeated line] Barb Wire: Don't call me babe!
[an Asian stripper asks Barb a question in French] Barb Wire: [not understanding] Come again? Stripper: [to Barb] She's Chinese.
Coloney Pryzer: I'm warning you Willis, if Corina Devonshire escapes, I will personally stick my arm up you ass, rip out your heart, and stuff it back down your throat! Alexander Willis: Well, that wouldn't be very sanitary would it?
Manny: What are you doing here? Barb Wire: [holds up a cigarette] Looking for a light. Got one? Manny: [laughing] I don't smoke. [Barb shoots him in the head with a mini-dart from the fake cigarette] Barb Wire: Neither do I.
[last lines] Alexander Willis: Where will you go now, Barb? Barb Wire: Well, I hear Paris is nice this time of year. Alexander Willis: Mind if I tag along with you? Barb Wire: Don't mind. Alexander Willis: I do believe I'm falling in love. Barb Wire: Get in line!
- The entire "Don't call me, Babe" leitmotif of Barb Wire comes from the original advertising for the Barb Wire Dark Horse comic book, in which she said those words to differentiate herself from a buxom, slightly airy comic book heroine named Babe by John Byrne.
Barb's motorcycle is a 885cc Triumph Thunderbird made as a water-cooled three cylinder model by the new Triumph factory at Hinckley in Leicestershire. In later scenes she rides a Triumph Tiger which also had an 885cc water-cooled three cylinder engine.
This film is listed among The 100 Most Amusingly Bad Movies Ever Made in Golden Raspberry Award founder John Wilson's book THE OFFICIAL RAZZIEŽ MOVIE GUIDE.
The opening "Wet Strip" in which Barb dances in a strip club with her breasts hanging out of her rubber dress whilst being sprayed with water was suggested by Pamela Anderson after she was inspired by a nightmare she had in which she was being sprayed with champagne whilst performing a "Nasty dance". David Hogan, who was under pressure to include more nudity, liked the idea and threw out the movie's original opening to include it.
The theatrical trailer includes additional footage of the war flashback that didn't make the final cut.
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Rating: 4.1 out of 10.0 - 68 votes cast total