Barb Wire

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Set in the year 2017, Barb Wire takes place after democracy has fallen and a fascist military junta has taken over the U.S. government, plotting to wipe out the country with Red Ribbon, a laboratory-manufactured disease derived from the AIDS virus. The entire test city of Topeka has been annihilated, and only the small bastion of Steel Harbor remains the last free zone in the country, conveniently the home of the title heroine Pamela Lee. Barb, a leather-clad, silicon-stretched motorcycle mama, happens to carry ...
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Set in the year 2017, Barb Wire takes place after democracy has fallen and a fascist military junta has taken over the U.S. government, plotting to wipe out the country with Red Ribbon, a laboratory-manufactured disease derived from the AIDS virus. The entire test city of Topeka has been annihilated, and only the small bastion of Steel Harbor remains the last free zone in the country, conveniently the home of the title heroine Pamela Lee. Barb, a leather-clad, silicon-stretched motorcycle mama, happens to carry antibodies for Red Ribbon in her DNA, thus making her an enemy of the state. She sets out to defend freedom and take down the evil government by posing as a stripper and seducing foolish male adversaries with her well-displayed assets. The plot thickens as she happens upon her freedom-fighter ex-lover and his wife much in the vein of Casablanca.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/18/1997
  • UPC: 780063824736
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: Polygram Usa Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Pamela Anderson Barb Wire
Temuera Morrison Axel Hood
Victoria Rowell Cora D
Jack Noseworthy Charlie Kopetski
Xander Berkeley Alexander Willis
Udo Kier Curly
David Andriole Goon
Jennifer Banko Spike
Tony Bill Foster
Alex Bookston Man in White Suit
Andre Rosey Brown Big Fatso
Mark Collver Manny
Tina Cote Woman in Bar #1
Vincent Curto Aide to Pryzer
Shelly Desai Sharif
Miles Dougal Goon
Clint Howard Schmitz
Neil Hunt Weasel
Henry Kingi Moe
Tommy "Tiny" Lister Jr. Bouncer
Steve Railsback Col. Pryzer
Michael Russo Santo
Joey Sagal Fred the Bartender
Nils Allen Stewart Jack
Patti Tippo Mom
Nicholas Worth Reuben
Jack Wright Package Check Guy
Salvator Xuereb Young Soldier
Technical Credits
David Hogan Director
Rick Bota Cinematographer
Dennis Brody Associate Producer
Jean-Philippe Carp Production Designer
Ilene Chaiken Original Story, Screenwriter
Michel Colombier Score Composer, Songwriter
Mark Cotone Asst. Director
Dins Danielsen Art Director
Liz Deutsch Set Decoration/Design
Vince Garcia Sound/Sound Designer
John Gray Special Effects
Barklie K. Griggs Musical Direction/Supervision
Peter Heller Executive Producer
Donna Lou Henderson Makeup
Patricia Klawonn Set Decoration/Design
Ray Manzella Associate Producer
Rick Montgomery Casting
Todd Moyer Producer
Rosanna Norton Costumes/Costume Designer
Dan Parada Casting
Chuck Pfarrer Screenwriter
Chuck Picerni Jr. Stunts
Mike Richardson Producer
Peter Schink Editor
Guy Skinner Camera Operator
Douglas E. Wise Asst. Director
Brad Wyman Producer
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 2.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    this movie stinks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    this movie stinks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a good movie she's hot!!!

    i like this movie cause Pamela Anderson is super hot and sexy in the movie she looks great and the movie is cool

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pamela Lee deserves more credit for this one

    'Barb Wire' is really a playful tribute to Casablanca. It is not a serious movie, but I've always liked it. I have heard that Lee put a great deal of effort into this movie, and took personal responsibility when it failed at the box office. I'm sorry it did--it is better than most comedies, and as good as most action movies. It never takes itself too seriously, but it also never admits to being in on its own joke. Lee deserves more credit for her effort here.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Horrible Harlot

    In a city of Topeka, a group of men plan to ruin the lives of everyone by making the city infected with an AIDS virus. Pamela Lee saves the day with having an antibody for the disease-infested city. She plays the role of a heroine, by fighting against the evil men. Pamela won that role with complete sex appeal. She plays a stripper that seduces men; her body is her main weapon! Her actions are completely degrading towards women. To play the role of a stripper and just use that for an advantage makes women want to appear sexier just to get the attention of men. The movie does not set exactly the right image for women or young girls. The entire movie was full of horrible acting! Besides the bad acting, there was also the terrible storyline. An entire city cannot be infected with AIDS! And not only one woman can safe the whole city with a small amount of antibodies, which are in her blood! In the movie she¿s just a walking AIDS healer! Overall the entire movie was horrible!!! Barb Wire was a just a waste of film, money, time, and talent!

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