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24 June 1983 (USA) See more »
If you thought the night before was funny, wait till you see the next day.
The naughty high schoolers of Angel Beach High now seek revenge on a group of KKK religious fanatics and corrupt politicians who want to shut down their Shakespeare production after they cast a Seminole transfer student in the lead. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Just as hilarious as the first See more (46 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Dan Monahan ... Pee Wee
Wyatt Knight ... Tommy
Mark Herrier ... Billy
Roger Wilson ... Mickey

Cyril O'Reilly ... Tim
Tony Ganios ... Meat
Kaki Hunter ... Wendy

Scott Colomby ... Brian
Nancy Parsons ... Balbricker

Joseph Runningfox ... John Henry (as Joseph Running Fox)

Eric Christmas ... Carter
Bill Wiley ... Reverend Flavel
Edward Winter ... Gebhardt

Cisse Cameron ... Sandy Le Toi
Ilse Earl ... Mrs. Morris

Art Hindle ... Ted

Anthony Pena ... Bill Jumper (as Anthony Penya)
Rod Ball ... Steve
Russell Bates ... Mike Jumper
Peter Conrad ... Sandy's MC (as Pete Conrad)

Jack Mulcahy ... Frank
Chuck Wahl ... Stemrick
Ted Richert ... Maitre d'

Tom Tully ... Waiter
William Fuller ... Eustis - Klan Leader
Will Knickerbocker ... Klan #1
Mal Jones ... Mayor Abernathy
Richard Liberty ... Commissioner Couch
Fred Buch ... Commissioner Hurley
Brian Smith ... Parker
Melanie Grefe ... Big Edna
Bill Hindman ... Coach Goodenough (as William Hindman)
Bill Wohrman ... Ted's Partner
Joe Friedman ... Workman
Blaine Grose ... Little Girl
Juanita Quigley ... Woman at Rally (as Baby Jane)
Joel Goss ... Waiter
William Kerwin ... Boa Man (as Rooney Kerwin)
Robin Paradise ... Maitre d' #2
Roger Swaybill ... Bus Boy
Howard Neu ... Biology Teacher
David Kirk ... Red Neck #1 (as Daniel Fitzgerald)
T.R. Durphy ... Red Neck #2 (as Tracy Durphy)
Carlo Fittanto ... Red Neck in Tent
Francine Joyce ... Screaming Girl
Wendy Becker ... Screaming Girl
Adrienne Hampton ... Betty
Madeline Kern ... Secretary
Betty Mae Jumper ... John Henry's Mother
Vernon Tiger ... Vernon Jumper
Mark Madrid ... Mark Jumper
Robert Berner ... Klan Member
Donald Duke ... Klan Member
Ralph Allen Chesney ... Klan Member
James Hurley ... Klan Member
Francis Lawrence ... Klan Member
Robert Mickles ... Klan Member
Ted Maxwell ... Klan Member
Alan Minor ... Klan Member
Bret Prettyman ... Klan Member
Brian Stone ... Klan Member
Marjorie Lee Akin ... Flock Member
Danny Baker ... Flock Member
Margie Baker ... Flock Member
Jiji Connolly ... Flock Member
Barbara Clark ... Flock Member
Mike Frayler ... Flock Member
Peggy Keating ... Flock Member
Yon Koski ... Flock Member
Margaret Pechonis ... Flock Member
Patsianne Reichard ... Flock Member
Blanche Richards ... Flock Member
Charlene Rogoff ... Flock Member
Linda Woodard ... Flock Member
Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma National Band Honorary Society ... Rally Musicians
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

George Coutoupis ... Flock Member (uncredited)
Kenneth Ian Davis ... Basketball Player (uncredited)
Seth Sklarey ... (uncredited)
Carl Zittrer ... Piano Player (uncredited)

Directed by
Bob Clark 
Writing credits
Roger Swaybill (written by) (as Roger E. Swaybill) &
Alan Ormsby (written by) &
Bob Clark (written by)

Produced by
Don Carmody .... producer
Bob Clark .... producer
Gary Goch .... associate producer
Harold Greenberg .... executive producer
Kenneth Heeley-Ray .... associate producer (as Ken Heeley-Ray)
Alan Landsburg .... executive producer
Howard Lipstone .... executive producer
Melvin Simon .... executive producer
Original Music by
Carl Zittrer 
Cinematography by
Reginald H. Morris (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Stan Cole 
Casting by
Jane Feinberg 
Mike Fenton 
Marci Liroff 
Art Direction by
Fred Price 
Set Decoration by
Richard Helfritz 
Costume Design by
Mary E. McLeod 
Makeup Department
Marie Del Russo .... assistant makeup artist
Doug Jacobs .... special wigs
Donisia McGowan .... hair stylist
Valli O'Reilly .... makeup artist (as Valli)
Thomas J. Sobeck .... hair designer (as Thomas J. Sobeck, I.C.)
Production Management
George Manasse .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ken Goch .... first assistant director
Don Moody .... second assistant director
Udanne Uditis .... second assistant director
Art Department
John Balling .... charge scenic
J. Tracy Budd .... property master
Dan Davis .... assistant to art director: Fred Price
Michael E. Doyle .... construction coordinator
Reuben Freed .... visual consultant
William Kellow .... construction propmaker
James Robinson II .... set dresser
Sound Department
Martin Ashbee .... sound editor
Alan Bernard .... sound mixer
Steven Cole .... assistant sound editor
David Evans .... sound editor
Austin Grimaldi .... sound re-recordist
Joe Grimaldi .... sound re-recordist
Ann Heeley-Ray .... assistant sound editor
Kenneth Heeley-Ray .... sound supervisor (as Ken Heeley-Ray)
Malcolm Rennings .... sound boom man
Don White .... foley recording mixer
Janet Elder .... stunts
Gary Maas .... stunt coordinator
Roger Womack .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Joreen Bouillet .... still photographer
Thomas Elmore .... gaffer (as Thomas J. Elmore)
Jack Lee Gary .... second assistant camera (as Jack Gary)
Edward Knott .... key grip (as Ed Knott Sr.)
Jack McGowan .... additional cameraman
John McGowan .... first assistant camera (as John D. McGowan)
Harald Ortenburger .... camera operator
Ken Rich .... crane operator: In Motion Productions
Casting Department
Yonit Hamer .... extras casting: The Casting Directors, Inc.
Dee Miller .... casting: Miami, The Casting Directors, Inc.
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Linda Benedict-Pierce .... costumer (as Linda Benedict)
Editorial Department
Richard Cadger .... assistant editor (as Rick Cadger)
Gigi Ciello .... editing room assistant
Alan Goluboff .... editing room assistant
Music Department
Frank Morrone .... music engineer
Paul Zaza .... conductor (as Paul James Zaza)
Paul Zaza .... orchestrator (as Paul James Zaza)
Transportation Department
Fran Kandaras .... vehicle coordinator
Bill Rogers .... transportation co-captain
Hank Scelza .... transportation captain
Other crew
Victoria Barney .... production office coordinator
Will Brantley .... mobile projectionist: Reels On Wheels
Don Brough .... production coordinator
Jeff Gillen .... second unit coordinator (as Jeffrey Gillen)
Chuck Goch .... production assistant
Joel Landsberg .... production assistant
James Lansbury .... production assistant
Hank Lawrey .... production assistant (as Hank Lowrey)
Buckets Lowery .... coach: Shakespeare
Gary Maas .... snake wrangler
Sandra Marley .... script supervisor (as Sandra Ulosevich Marley)
Michael J. McCarthy .... grip
Cindy Morton .... assistant: Don Carmody (as Cindy Morton-Rossy)
Betty Owens .... assistant production accountant
Steven Jay Rubin .... unit publicist
Ann Tait .... production controller
Jay Tobias .... location coordinator
Roger Womack .... snake wrangler
Joseph Bearman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Harriet Birnholz .... production coordinator (uncredited)

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98 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The picture was nominated for Worst Picture at the Hastings Bad Cinema Society's 6th Stinkers Bad Movie Awards in 1983.See more »
Continuity: The film takes place the day after the events in Porky's (1982). In the original film, both Mickey and Tim were roughed up late in the film. Both can be seen with cuts and bandages on their faces. In Mickey's case, he is also seen limping and with crutches. All wounds have disappeared the next day.See more »
Billy:What's this?
Billy:I know they're blueprints. What are they of.
Tommy:Take a look.
Billy:Okay, here the school.
[Tommy pulls out a metal container, opens it, and pulls a snake out of it.]
Billy:Okay, so this is the gym.
Billy:So now what?
Tommy:[Puts the snake in his view] So we take this snake...
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939)See more »
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8 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Just as hilarious as the first, 2 July 1999
Author: Dan Grant ( from Toronto, Ontario

For those that liked the first, this is the perfect sequel. For those that didn't like it, this movie isn't directed at you. Stay away from it and don't even start complaining about the nudity and sexuality in it. But for those of us that appreciate the humour contained in here, there is more of the same stuff.

I will just tell you that I have not laughed as much as I did in this movie in quite some time unless you include Eddie Murphy's Delirious. But as a film this is one funny gag after another once again. If you want to know what is generically funny about this film, read the review for Porky's. It is the same kind of humour in both films. However, each film has a few scenes that I will never forget. In the first one it was the penis sketch artist scene. In here it will be the rendition that Billy and his counterpart put on in their Shakespeare Festival. They are dueling to the death in an epic sword fight. One of the swords break and it is up to Tommy to find a sword for them to finish to scene properly. So he hands him a leg from a woman's manikin...the same leg that made a nice lamp in Christmas Story, both films directed by honorary Canadian, Bob Clark. This has to be seen to be appreciated.

I loved this movie and I really recommend it to those that love high school humour. And if you have seen the first and liked it, you will love this one as well.

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