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Delta Pi (1984)

R | | Comedy | 1984 (USA)
A sorority house mother enters her girls in a mud-wrestling contest.

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Mugsy
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Monica
Joanna Dierck ...
Magic
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Lane
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Shawn (as James Marcel)
Estrellita ...
Jacqueline
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Karen
Candace Pandolfo ...
Sharon
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Laurie
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Jack Enoff
Rex Meredith ...
Dr. Ashley Duke, III
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Branscombe
Ben Kronen ...
Dick Bushe
Jimmy Lennon Sr. ...
Ring Announcer (as Jimmy Lennon)
Mark Andrews ...
Sonny
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The Delta Pi sorority is a sort of female Animal House. Constantly strapped for cash, they agree to travel to Las Vegas to participate in a mud-wrestling competition. Of course, this results in many hi-jinks, some even involving their octogenarian house mother. Written by Mike Konczewski

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These girls go all the way!

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Comedy

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Final film of Steve Brodie. See more »

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Performed by Nelson Kole
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An attempt at a Sorority version of Animal House
24 August 2001 | by (Philadelphia, PA) – See all my reviews

The stand out best acting in the film was completely due to Ruth Gordon. The rest of the cast seemed, at best, amateurish in their delivery.

The story concerns a group of sorority sisters who are in debt to a loan shark. They contrive a plan to enter a mud wrestling contest, to pay off the loan shark. Ruth Gordon plays the ever "under the influence' housemother to these young women.

I do have to give the film credit in one area. It does show vintage 1980's styles to the 'max'. Enjoy it for some kitsch. But don't expect too much depth.


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