Consuelo (May Britt) happen so many misfortunes in the name of virtue as a heroine of Sade: his kindness and deceit of those around the prompts to confess to a crime he did not commit, for which he is sentenced to ten years of hard labor in a penal colony, despite its proclamation of innocence useless to hear the jury's verdict jobs; in the galleon that carried overseas to other dams, all locked in the cellar, she suffers privations and humiliations, falls ill with fevers and whipped …
“This eighteenth-century premonition of The Mikado is a delight…The cast is good, though there's only one star: Anna Maria Panzarella (Agnesina) does the tomboy thing terribly well and as she falls in love it's not just her costumes and the music which become more feminine, it's also her acting and singing…'L'inimico delle donne is very simply filmed…You really feel you are there. And it's where I want to be. A delight from start to finish.”International Record Review, January 2012
Marcello is in the compartment of an Italian train, facing forward when the mineral water of the woman seated across from him starts to fall toward him. He catches the bottle and makes eye contact and follows her when she leaves the compartment. For a few moments she finds him attractive too. Then suddenly she gets off the train and starts walking through a field. Marcello follows her, loses her, finds himself in a large hotel surrounded by women. A feminist conference is taking place and he tries to escape.
Brazzi plays mad Dr. Frankenstein, Dunn is an evil dwarf and Lugosi (no relation to Bela) is a Neanderthal man. Add a monster named Hulk, and some nude women for sexploitation value.