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Luther 'Bud' Whaney ...
Pelvis
Mary Mitchell ...
Betty-Lou
Cindy Tree ...
Susie Starmonger
Bobby Astyr ...
Snake
Billy Padgett ...
Preacher
Chris Thomas ...
Candy
Jai Oscar St. John ...
Pimp
Patricia John ...
Granny
Bob Epstein ...
Lou Pole
...
Skate
Webly Shunda ...
Blind Man
Susan Ruskin ...
Head Groupie
Mike De Marco ...
Godzilla
Julius Pepper ...
Bassist
Patty Sirkus ...
Red
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All his girls wear togas or they wear nothing at all See more »

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Comedy | Music

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April 1977 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Toga Party  »

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References All the President's Men (1976) See more »

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If That Isn't Love
Music & Lyrics by Al Bondiga
© 1976 Chubby Bunny Music ASCAP
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A waste!
24 March 2000 | by (Perth, Australia) – See all my reviews

I rented this video (as Toga Party) expecting some great stuff (it was Rated R, after all) but what I saw was the lamest piece of 85 minutes ever. It has all the filmmaking craft of a bad late 70's blue movie. Filled with unlikable (and ugly) actors especially the lead actor, obviously a John Travolta wannabe. The basic 'plot' of this film has the the lead character moving to New York to star a singing career. There's some 'comedy' sex scenes (by speeding up the film and inserting comedy music) and a 'comedy' robbery scene but it's a waste of time.


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