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Release Date:
May 1979 (USA) See more »
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College exploitation film focusing on the wild escapades of the women of H.O.T.S. Sorority. The antics... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Susan Kiger ... Honey Shayne

Lisa London ... O'Hara
Pamela Jean Bryant ... Teri Lynn
Kimberly Cameron ... Sam

Mary Steelsmith ... Clutz

Angela Aames ... Boom-Boom Bangs

Marjorie Andrade ... Conchita
Cece Bullard ... Debbie
Karen Smith ... Candi
Robyn Martin ... Brandy
Lindsay Bloom ... Melody Ragmore
K.C. Winkler ... Cynthia
Sandy Johnson ... Stephanie
Marilyn Rubin ... Jackie
Constance Carlton ... Pi Girl
Marion Leeuw ... Pi Girl
Nancy Plummer ... Pi Girl
Cynthia Nigh ... Pi Girl
Cendi Campbell ... Pi Girl

Donald Petrie ... Doug
Larry Gilman ... Mad Dog
Dan Reed ... Stormin' Normin'

Danny Bonaduce ... Richie Walker
David Gibbs ... Macho Man
Marvin Katzoff ... Big Boy

Steve Bond ... John
Talmadge Scott ... Hunk (as Talmage Scott)
Ken Olfson ... Dean Larry Chase
Richard Bakalyan ... Charlie Ingels (as Dick Bakalyan)
Louis Guss ... Bugs Benny
Dorothy Meyer ... Ezzetta
Scott Ellsworth ... Professor
Bunny Summers ... Opera Singer
Harvey Parry ... Officer O'Toole
Ted Grossman ... Officer Goldstein

Gary Davis ... Patterson Man #1
Dar Robinson ... Patterson Man #2
C.D. Smith ... Patterson Man #3
Wayne King Sr. ... Patterson Man #4 (as Wayne King)
Pat Moorehead ... Pilot
Angel Pineira ... Lady with Shopping Cart
Slinky ... Himself
Sugar Bear ... Honey Bear

Directed by
Gerald Seth Sindell 
Writing credits
W. Terry Davis (original idea)

W. Terry Davis (story) and
Cheri Caffaro (story) and
Joan Buchanan (story)

Cheri Caffaro (screenplay) and
Joan Buchanan (screenplay)

Produced by
Cheri Caffaro .... associate producer
Whit Collins .... associate producer
W. Terry Davis .... executive producer
W. Terry Davis .... producer
Don Schain .... producer
Gerald Seth Sindell .... producer
Original Music by
David Davis 
Cinematography by
Harvey Genkins (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Barbara Pokras 
Art Direction by
Eric Butler 
Makeup Department
Dino Ganziano .... hair stylist
Pamela Peitzman .... makeup artist (as Pam Peitzman)
Elizabeth Stabholz .... assistant hair stylist (as Liz Stabholtz)
Esmeralda Tafurt .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Bruce Fritzberg .... production consultant (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jodi Ehrlich .... second assistant director (as Jodi Erlich)
George Fisher .... second unit director
Michael Healy .... first assistant director
Gerald T. Olson .... first assistant director (as Gerald Olson)
Anthony Santa Croce .... assistant director: second unit
Art Department
Michael Erler .... assistant props
Costa Mantis .... property master
Sound Department
Don J. Bassman .... sound re-recording mixer (as Don Bassman)
John Kline .... sound effects editor
Godfrey Marks .... dialogue editor
Art Names .... sound recordist
Peggy Names .... boom operator
Robert Pearson .... sound effects editor (as Bob Pearson)
Vince Deadrick Sr. .... stunts
Sandra Doyle .... stunts
George Fisher .... stunt coordinator
Fred Lerner .... stunts
Mike Tillman .... stunts
Dick Warlock .... stunts
Jesse Wayne .... stunts
Bob Yerkes .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Scott Buttfield .... electrician
Anne S. Coffey .... first assistant camera (as Ayne Coffey)
Robert K. Feldmann .... best boy electric (as Robert Feldman)
Michael Garvin .... grip
Rowdy Herrington .... electrician (as Rowdy Harrington)
Suzanne Murphy .... still photographer
Stephen L. Posey .... best boy grip (as Steve Posey)
Randy Rennolds .... Steadicam operator
Christopher Tufty .... gaffer (as Chris Tufty)
Wendell Wethington .... key grip
Michael E. Little .... extra assistant camera (uncredited)
Michael E. Little .... first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Barbara Lambertson .... wardrobe
Lonnie Wittenberg .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Anne Grodzicki .... assistant editor
Stephen Judson .... editor: additional sequences (as Steve Judson)
Other crew
William Bower .... production assistant
Roxanne Brewer .... production office coordinator (as Roxanne Lee)
Gerald Connelly .... technician: Cecomobile
Larry Droguett .... production assistant
Brenda Weisman .... script supervisor
Richard Charles Greenbaum .... production assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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98 min | Portugal:93 min
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Did You Know?

The film features three Playboy Playmates of The Month: Susan Kiger (1977),Pamela Jean Bryant (1978) and Sandy Johnson (1974) as well as Playboy model KC Winkler,who wasn't selected as a Playmate, but was a finalist in 1979 for their 25th anniversary issue.See more »
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Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking (2013)See more »
Watermusic Suite #2 In D, HWV 349 (1. Alla Hornpipe)See more »


What Does H.O.T.S. Really Stand For?
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12 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
T & A and a little fun!, 11 June 2002
Author: HuschMan from St. Louis

This HAS to be my guilty pleasure. I am a HUGE fan of 80's movies that were designed to entertain and they didn't care if they offended anyone. This move has no meat, not substance, no deep thought provoking scenes. Just plain old college kids having fun and if a few breasts have to be shown, then so be it! This movie is for when you just want to relax and NOT think. Viva la nudity!

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