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Splitz (1982)

R | | Comedy, Music | 1982 (USA)
An all-female rock band and a group of "well-endowed" sorority sisters team up to save a sorority house slated for condemnation by the university.

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Gina Napoliani
Raymond Serra ...
Vito Napoliani
Patti Lee ...
Joan
Chuck McQuary ...
Chuck
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Susie (as Barbara M. Bingham)
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Dean Hunta
Martin Rosenblatt ...
Louie
Sal Carollo ...
Tony
Amelia David ...
Tara King ...
Fern Hymenstein
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Warwick (as Thom McCleister)
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Lois Scagliani (as Francine Forbes)
Vera Lockwood ...
Rosa Napoliani
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Vinnie Mamabasta (as Dominick Irrera)
Sally Prager ...
Bernice
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An all-female rock band and a group of "well-endowed" sorority sisters team up to save a sorority house slated for condemnation by the university.

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The comedy with sizzle. See more »

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Comedy | Music

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R | See all certifications »
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1982 (USA)  »

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Phi Beta Rockers  »

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Forbes Riley had already played the lead in Splatter University (1984) two years prior, but hadn't obtained a SAG card and therefore couldn't land another movie. She wound up hounding a producer on this film until she was given the role. See more »

Goofs

During the strip-basketball game, Midge is seen wearing a T-shirt with sunglasses and lips on it, then an entirely different outfit, and suddenly she's in the T-shirt again. See more »

Quotes

Joan: Oh Warwick, thank God you came!
Warwick: First time a girl ever said that to me and I haven't got a single witness.
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Crazy Credits

Diane Scanlon is credited for singing the finale song, "We're a Miracle," but she's not the actual performer. See more »

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References Le fatiche di Ercole (1958) See more »

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Busy Boy
Written by Arlene Gold
Performed by Arlene Gold and Larry Carola
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From the maestro of mediocrity!
1 April 2002 | by (Longmont, Colorado) – See all my reviews

Domonic Paris strikes again! Not content with resting on the laurels of his earlier (and only) DRACULA'S LAST RITES, a vampire film seen by less than 50 people I imagine, Mr Paris gives the world what can only be described as a cornball, low porn sorority caper with nothing but a few braless (read as brainless if you wish) co-eds on show.

If one is to accept that attempting to stave off the closure of a sorority house due to lack of interest, makes for a viable movie plotline, by all means watch this. You'll probably be just the 9th person (the other 8 have already voted)

What's next for Paris? GONE WITH THE NIPPLE?


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