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Cherry Hill High (1977)

 -  Comedy  -  April 1977 (USA)
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Five sexy high school graduates try to lose their virginity in a creative manner.

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Complete credited cast:
Nina Carson ...
Sarah Byrne
Lynn Hastings ...
Michelle DuBennett
Gloria Upson ...
Peaches Petty
Stephanie Lawlor ...
Alison True
Linda McInerney ...
Miss Woodruff
Ray Sherry ...
Abalone
Stefan Melnikoff ...
Larry
Greg Michaels ...
Pile Driver
Richard Young ...
Vintner
Robert Bosco ...
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J.P. Piermont ...
Chickenman
Robert E. Miller ...
Farmer
Robert Resnikoff ...
Ghost
Mary Mendum ...
Motorcyclist
Molly Malone ...
Carrot Lady (as Joan Sumner)
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Six girls from a High School who are on a trip at the end of the classes begin a competition between them who will be first to lose virginity. But it seems more difficult for them as it might appear. Written by Volker Boehm

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School is out. Love is in.

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One Very Strange Movie
1 October 2004 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

Five girls on a bicycle trip following their high school graduation discover that they are all virgins (highly improbable in the 1977 I remember). Encouraged by their slutty chaperone they do what any five innocent virgins would do--they make a bet to see who can "lose it" in the most creative way. This makes for one very strange movie. One girl does it with a muscular shark wrangler in a shark tank (don't try this at home, kids). She's obviously never heard of a hymen or that sharks are attracted by blood, but fortunately for her the film's budget doesn't allow for the single shark to actually occupy the same shot as the copulating couple. Another girl has a CB radio on her bike (?!)--obviously, the filmmakers had seen "Smokey and the Bandit" as well as "Jaws"--which allows her to get it on with a horny trucker, who during the entire movie never seems to actually pass the girls on bicycles. Another girl is picked up by a tough-looking biker, only to discover too late that "he" is a lesbian. The girls than discuss whether she's really lost her virginity in the "existentialist" sense. Then there's the "French" exchange student who sports the worst accent this side of Pepe Le Pew.

This is certainly not a good movie. The acting is atrocious. The post-synch dubbing is on par with a Godzilla movie, the music is execrable and includes (shudder) one girl playing original compositions on a guitar, and for "virgins" these girls sure spout an endless stream of sexual jokes and double entendres. The handle of the girl with the CB radio, for instance, is "Eager Beaver" (insert groan here). If you're looking for graphic sex there really isn't much, and the perverts must have been really p***ed off because the movie doesn't come anywhere near an actual high school. Still, there's something kind of refreshing about these 70's drive-in sexploitation movies. They felt no need to have the heroes find true love after they satiated the audience's lust for cheap sex and they didn't try to hide their leering sleaziness in a sensitive "coming-of-age" wrapper. And besides, if nothing else, this one is certainly original.


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