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Incoming Freshmen (1979)

R | | Comedy | August 1979 (USA)
An inocent girl from a small town arrives at a modern institution of education to complete her studies. Once there she starts various relationships with different boys.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ashley Vaughn ...
Jane McAllister
Leslie Blalock ...
Vivian Marie Roberson
Richard Harriman ...
Randy
Jim Overbey ...
Phil
B.M. Culpepper ...
Prof. L.P. Bilbo
Jerome Preston Bates ...
Preston
Robin Ingram ...
Earl Thomlinson
Rebecca Franklin ...
Tube top girl
Roger Bartlett
Dennis O'Keefe ...
Frank 'Skunk' Henderson
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Boxing student
Wendy Stuart ...
Miss Seymour
Georgia Harrell ...
Maxine 'The Machine'
Marilyn Faith Hickey ...
Sgt. Laverne Finterplay
Emily Edwards ...
Christie
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An inocent girl from a small town arrives at a modern institution of education to complete her studies. Once there she starts various relationships with different boys. Written by Volker Boehm

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Young and wild!

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Was originally shown as a drive-in double feature with Gas Pump Girls (1979). See more »

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long lost cinema
10 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

No, the acting won't be Oscar caliber. The film was shot on the cheap, and appears to have used many local actors. There is no real plot. The movie is very funny at times, and very, and I mean very dated at others. Yet, it's a really great throw back to an era of film making that's gone, and sadly, doesn't seem to be coming back. Rebecca Franklin, ALice Barrett, and Ashley Vaughn are genuine beautiful women who should have been given a shot to do other things. Barrett had the more of a career then the others. The saddest thing about the film is that Leslie Blalock died in a car accident before the film came out. Blalock was a calender girl come to life, live on film.

What needs to happen is the 70's drive in flicks need to find their way to DVD, via a box set, or on their own. Incoming Freshman is a drive in classic. A true gem of film-making that has been lost to history.


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