The shy, studious and virginal Debra Blee has been
given the use of her uncle's beach house for the summer, and has
invited her two best friends, notorious party girls Jeana
Tomasina and Val Kline, to join her. The two friends pick up a hunk
of a hitchhiker and bring him along. Blee and the hitchhiker
have eyes for each other, so the other two
girls have to throw a party to fill the gender gap. They start by ordering a pizza delivery
guy (with pizza), and work their way through the phonebook until the
party is really rocking.
A neighbor with a telescope watches everything with
interest until his nosey, uptight wife sees what he has been
watching. She calls the police, but the young officer
that responds just joins the party. Then she calls uncle's fiancée, who
calls uncle. Uncle decides he better come home and check on things.
He finds the party in full swing, is not amused, and says he will be
sending the two friends away in the morning. They hit upon the
perfect plan to get him to change his mind about them -- seduce him.
can't resist the two girlfriends.
Meanwhile, a pot smuggler is on his way North, and the Coast
Guard is on the job, in a cutter skippered by "Captain Blye" - with
Captain Queeg's ball bearings and a largely gay crew. The smugglers
dump the pot overboard in trash bags, and the girls find the flotsam the next morning
on the beach. This gives rise to a pot party where every guest is
given a personal "key" as they walk through the door. Meanwhile, a
horny Hispanic gardener is constantly spying on the often topless
women, and usually trips, falls, etc for his trouble. Of course, we
haven't heard the last from the Coast Guard, the smuggler or uncle's
I saw this film
back then and I recall getting the occasional
laugh, and I was still entertained this time around. In other
words, it's exactly what you're looking for in terms of early 80s
youthsploitation films. It wasn't an Oscar contender in any category,
but it was, and still is, good mindless entertainment.
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