Spy Whores: License to Whore was the original 1979 film that launched an enduring franchise of films, TV spin-offs, and merchandise. This site is dedicated to the Spy Whores legacy.
The original Spy Whores include (from left to right) Cherry Bomb, Anastasia Rockets, Honey Potts, and Glock Tease. The Spy Whores franchise would later include a Whoretorium of 69 characters in all.
Featured in the original 1979 film Spy Whores, The Montrous Richard Head is just one of 69 colorful characters that comprise the Spy Whores canon.
Spy Whores: License to Whore debuted the Power Pussies, an elite squad of highly trained undercover agents, as they take down the notorious kingpin the Monstrous Richard Head.
Spy Whores: the classic franchise of campy films, TV spin-offs and merchandise that ran from the late 70's and early 80's has seen a resurgence in popularity. Recently discovered by Millennials through the long-tail of Youtube, Spy Whores collectibles are now worth a pretty penny.
The Spy Whores trading cards feature a Whoretorium of nutty characters who made appearances in the Spy Whores franchise from major recurring characters such as Glock Tease, Anastasia Rockets, and Cherry Bomb, to even the most minor: Skip Trucker, Machine Mayhem, and more. The cards are much treasured rare vintage pop-culture collectibles. Can you collect all 69 characters?
The rare vintage posters from the Spy Whores franchise fetch a pretty penny today as Generation X'rs attempt to relive the nostalgic joys of their childhood to negate the meaningless of existence after age 40. You can buy your poster today!
Showcasing the romantic leads of the original Spy Whores film: Anastasia Rockets and Hard Times, Her Eyes Said "Nyet" was a shortlived TV spin-off that ran as a mid-season replacement after the cancellation of Mr. Peas in a Pod in the spring of 1983.
SpyWhores.com is a shrine dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Spy Whores franchise. It is run by Joy Lughes, the granddaughter of Else Lughes (Cherry Bomb, featured left).