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King Frat (1979)

R | | Comedy | July 1979 (USA)
Frat boys -- or is that fart boys? -- compete in a farting contest.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John DiSanti ...
J.J. 'Gross-Out' Gumbroski
Charles Pitt ...
Fred
Roy Sekoff ...
Tommy
...
Kevin
Dan Chandler ...
Chief Latrine
Mike Grabow ...
Jock
Ray Mann ...
Splash
Suzina Volpina ...
Joan
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Dean Delman Doyle
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Officer Percy (as T.J. Tully)
Glenn Scherer ...
Boyd
Lee Krug ...
Lloyd
Taryn Hagey ...
Nancy
Teri Kelso ...
Babette
Karen Gold ...
Bucky
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Set on the quiet campus of Yellowstream University, this comedy follows the rivalries that build between two of the college's fraternities. When they're not mooning everyone they pass and throwing garbage on the lawns of rival frats, the members of the Pi Kappa Delta fraternity are mainly interested in drinking and... well, drinking. When a campus- wide farting contest is announced, Grossout, the leader of the Deltas, is all too eager to stand up, bend over and defend the honor of his fraternity. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Move Over "Animal House" and "American Pie" ... Because No Film Rocks Like "King Frat" See more »

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Trivia

Originally the film was called Campus King in certain countries, and came with alternative intro music, a keyboard based instrumental, rather than Penny Alemian's better know title song. (Which is available on youtube by the way). See more »

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Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking (2013) See more »

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King Frat
Sung by Penny Alemian
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a blast from the past....
28 December 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember my older brother (We were 15 and 11 at the time)brought this home from the video store one day and I think we watched it 3 or 4 times on a loop. Our state of the art(1983) GE VCR sure got a workout that day. We liked it b/c the movie is just a bunch of dick and fart jokes strung together and presented as a feature film. Its funny if you are realistic about what you are watching, b/c this ain't no art film. Oh, and the theme song was terrible. It was played 30 or 40 times during the movie(mostly snippets played during action scenes). Sure it was a bad animal house rip-off but if you can get past that, and enjoy gross-out/college humor, then turn off your brain and enjoy.


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