|Based on||Vincent Fotre|
|Written by||Lou Morheim|
|Directed by||Don Taylor|
|Music by||Fred Steiner|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||74 minutes|
|Production company||Aaron Spelling Productions|
Wild Women is a 1970 American Made-for-television Western film directed by Don Taylor and starring Hugh O'Brian, Anne Francis and Marilyn Maxwell. The film was originally a television pilot that appeared on the ABC Movie of the Week.
The movie premiered on October 20, 1970. When it was rerun during the summer 1971 rerun season, it was the most viewed primetime broadcast for the week, with a 26.3 rating.
The Los Angeles Times called it "diverting entertainment".
A band of boisterous paroled female prisoners accompanies Army engineers on an undercover map-making assignment into or near Mexican territory. Their cover story is that the group consists of settlers; each of the women is paired with one of the engineers to appear to be his wife.