Starting a new tradition of sex comedy, T & A High School, five boys meet in the detention room thanks to the evil virgin princess Purity Busch. RICK - dressed as a doctor and gave breast exams to the high school new comers. BRENT - sexually teased Purity in French class. MELVIN - caught masturbating in the meat locker. HOWIE - rearranged the mirrors in order to see up the skirts of cheerleaders after practice. And TIM - tricked into entering the girls washroom. Each one fooled by Purity, they want revenge. Each one makes a pact to deflower the virgin, but all have failed. Their only chance is to work together with others of the school to get her at the homecoming game.
"Score" one for the home team!
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1 April 1983 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $210,000,
3 April 1983
Gross USA: $2,082,215
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $2,082,215
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The picture is set in 1965 which was about eighteen years before the movie first released. See more
When Jerkofski is getting set up with the spy gear on the beach, a character say "I saw this on 'Mission Impossible'". That show first aired in 1966, and the movie takes place before that. See more
Hey, Jerkovski! Back again, eh? Where'd you beat off this time, study hall?
No, meat locker.
Brent Van Dusen III
Smart thinking, Mel. No better place to beat the meat, huh?
The 14th July 1983 edition of show-business trade paper 'The Hollywood Reporter' indicated that there were two different versions of the movie made to accommodate USA and Canadian audiences for the film's closing song scene. The Canadians heard actress Linda Speciale
singing "Oh, Canada" whilst the Americans heard Speciale' instead sing "The Star-Spangled Banner". See more
Referenced in Remote Control
Shake That Thing
Written, Performed and Produced by Johnny Dee Fury
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