The writer-producer (David F. Friedman) as the carnival talker, teasing his main attraction, into a flashback introducing heroine Jade (Claire Brennen) and crude employer Greasy (Claude Smith), in She Freak, 1967.
In montage, new carnival waitress Jade (Claire Brennen) making progress with eligible Steve (Bill McKinney), then visiting impressed colleagues, stripper Pat (Lynn Courtney) and seer Olga (Marsha Hunt), in She Freak, 1967.
A laborious disclaimer then a generous package of carnival midway filler footage, opening writer-producer David F. Friedman's attempted remake of Tod Browning's Freaks, that is, She Freak, 1967.
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