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Winter A-Go-Go (1965)

 -  Comedy  -  28 October 1965 (USA)
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Teenagers work, play and dance to rock 'n' roll at a Lake Tahoe ski lodge.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Stacy ...
Danny Frazer
William Wellman Jr. ...
Jeff Forrester
Beverly Adams ...
Jo Ann Wallace
John Anthony Hayes ...
Burt
Jill Donohue ...
Janine
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Frankie
Duke Hobbie ...
Bob
Julie Parrish ...
Dee Dee
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Will
Linda Rogers ...
Penny
Nancy Czar ...
Gloria 'Jonesy' Jones
Judy Parker ...
Bob Kanter ...
Roger
Walter Maslow ...
Jordan
Peter Brinkman ...
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Teenagers work, play and dance to rock 'n' roll at a Lake Tahoe ski lodge.

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Ski Buffs and Ski Babes on the Go-Go in the Snow-Snow!

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Das total verrückte Skihotel  »

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Paul Gleason who has a minor role has one of trouble making teenagers, would of course later become one of the most famous detention monitors ever presiding over another group trouble making teenagers in The Breakfast Club. See more »

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When Danny first arrives at the highway intersection, the "Detour" sign laying on the roadside is clean. In subsequent close-up shots, the sign is covered with dirt. See more »

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Featured in The Go!! Show: Episode #1.83 (1966) See more »

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Ski City
Written by Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller
Performed by the Nooney Rickett Four
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Though it takes place high in the mountains, it's far from cool
31 May 2012 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

In the 1960s, there were a string of youth-oriented beach movies, with plenty of sun, surf, and songs. When the formula started to get a little stale, some producers simply moved the location to snow-capped mountains, this particular youth-oriented movie being one example of. Unfortunately, the producers forgot to also bring in memorable characters, plenty of sports-oriented action, as well as good songs. "Winter A-Go-Go" is a movie that I'm pretty sure bored even the youth of the 1960s. There is almost no plot here - once the situation is set up, there is pretty much no more story until almost the one hour mark. The acting is nothing special, and the portrayal of women and Asians would be insulting if the movie wasn't so feeble-minded. There's plenty of reasons why this movie has been forgotten.


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