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Release Date:
22 March 1985 (USA) See more »
The Final Conflict See more »
As graduation nears for the class of 1955 at Angel Beach High, the gang once again faces off against their old enemy, Porky, who wants them to throw the school's championship basketball game because he's betting on the opposing team. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Dan Monahan ... Pee Wee Morris
Wyatt Knight ... Tommy Turner

Tony Ganios ... Meat Tuperello

Mark Herrier ... Billy
Kaki Hunter ... Wendy Williams

Scott Colomby ... Brian Schwartz
Nancy Parsons ... Beulah Balbricker
Chuck Mitchell ... Porky Wallace
Rose McVeigh ... Miss Webster
Fred Buch ... Mr. Dobish

Wendy Feign ... Blossom

Eric Christmas ... Mr. Carter
Ilse Earl ... Mrs. Morris
Kim Evenson ... Inga (as Kimberly Evenson)
Bill Hindman ... Coach Goodenough
Nancy Hassinger ... Grandmother
Heidi Helmer ... Connie

Nancy Valen ... Ginger
Donna Rosea ... Lana (as Donna Rosae)
Adrienne Walbridge ... Cricket
Doreen Murphy ... Debbie
Laura Tracy ... Jill

Sandy Mielke ... Snooky Kelton
William Fuller ... Gus
Tom Bishop ... Lenny
James Cassidy ... Preacher
Ron Campbell ... Crutcher
Kimberly Kerwin ... Hooker #1
Julie H. Morgan ... Hooker #2 (as Julie Morgan)
Lou Nelson ... Ralph
Jody Wilson ... Connie's Mom
Jim Paul Eilers ... Connie's Dad
Fred Waugh ... Dealer #1
Marc Mercury ... Dealer #2
Mal Jones ... Bridge Guard
Mark Harris ... Crewman
Matt Johnston ... Thug #1
Bert Sheldon ... High Roller
Michael Sandler ... Older Man
Elizabeth Hipwell ... Fan
Elaine Berman ... Animal Handler
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Shawn McAllister ... Policeman (uncredited)
Wesley Smith ... Farber (uncredited)

Tom Tangen ... Snooky at 16 (uncredited)

Directed by
James Komack 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bob Clark  characters
Ziggy Steinberg 

Produced by
Milton Goldstein .... executive producer
Robert L. Rosen .... producer
Melvin Simon .... executive producer
Original Music by
Dave Edmunds 
Cinematography by
Robert C. Jessup (director of photography) (as Robert Jessup)
Film Editing by
John W. Wheeler 
Casting by
Louis DiGiaimo  (as Lou Digiaimo)
Production Design by
Peter Wooley 
Set Decoration by
Nicholas J. Romanac  (as Nicholas Romanac)
Makeup Department
Irene Aparicio .... hair stylist
Marie Del Russo .... makeup artist
Elizabeth Lambert .... makeup artist
Donisia McGowan .... second hair stylist
Production Management
Kurt Neumann .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mary Lou MacLaury .... second assistant director (as Mary Lou Maclaury)
David Whorf .... first assistant director (as David M. Whorf)
Art Department
J. Patrick Coll .... leadman
Jose Duarte .... scenic artist
Gabriel C. Ell .... construction coordinator (as Gabe Ell)
Larry Goodwin Sr. .... property master (as Larry Goodwin)
Jeff Goodwin .... assistant prop man (as Jeffrey L. Goodwin)
James Harris .... carpenter (uncredited)
William Kellow .... construction propmaker (uncredited)
Sound Department
James Beshears .... sound editor
Scott Blynder .... second boom
David E. Campbell .... dubbing mixer
David B. Cohn .... sound editor (as David Cohn)
Trevor Jolly .... sound editor
Bruce Lacey .... sound editor
Lauren Palmer .... adr editor
David Pettijohn .... supervising sound editor (as David A. Pettijohn)
Bill Reardon .... boom operator
John T. Reitz .... dubbing mixer
Gregg Rudloff .... dubbing mixer (as Gregg C. Rudloff)
Tex Rudloff .... sound facilities supervisor
Ron Scelza .... cable person
Howard Warren .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
J.B. Jones .... special effects coordinator
James L. Roberts .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Ron Campbell .... stunt player
Chuck Courtney .... stunt player
Debbie Dell .... stunt player
Linda Dell-Archiprete .... stunt player
Steve Flynn .... stunt player
Luke Halpin .... stunt player
Vic Hunter .... stunt player
Matt Johnston .... stunt player
Billy D. Lucas .... stunt player (as Bill Lucas)
Marc Mercury .... stunt player
Candice Orsini .... stunt player (as Candi Orsini)
Danny Rogers .... stunt player (as Dan Rogers)
J. Michael Tiedeberg .... stunt player
Peter Wabuda .... stunt player
Fred Waugh .... stunt coordinator
Fred Waugh .... stunt player
Camera and Electrical Department
Jerry G. Callaway .... camera operator
Robert Destolfe .... still photographer (as Robert A. DeStolfe)
Robert Driskell .... gaffer (as Robert A. Driskell Jr.)
David M. Lang .... second assistant camera
Ben Lowe Jr. .... key grip (as Ben F. Lowe Jr.)
William McConnell .... first assistant camera
Jerry Bertolami .... dolly grip (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mary Lou Byrd .... wardrobe assistant: women
Frances Harrison Hays .... costumes
Oscar Socarras .... wardrobe assistant: men
Ray Summers .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Tim Board .... assistant film editor (as Timothy N. Board)
Music Department
Dave Edmunds .... music producer
Lionel Newman .... music supervisor
Ken Runyon .... music editor
Phil Collins .... musician: drums and backing vocals for "Philadelphia Baby" (uncredited)
Tommy Tedesco .... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Pirty Lee Jackson .... transportation co-captain
Bill Rogers .... transportation captain
Other crew
Bill Alheim .... technical advisor: basketball
Warren Glen Chidester .... production assistant
Chris Condon .... paramedic
Luke Halpin .... technical advisor: marine
Rita Joelson .... assistant: Mr. Goldstein
Maxx Komack .... assistant: Mr. Komack
Jonathon Komack Martin .... assistant: Mr. Komack (as Jonathon Martin)
Linda McGowan .... location manager
Juan Molina .... production controller
Robert Monosmith .... location auditor (as J. Robert Monosmith)
Dan Hewitt Owens .... adr loop artist (as Dan Owens)
Susana Preston .... script supervisor
William F. Rose Jr. .... assistant production accountant
Michael Singer .... unit publicist
Cynthia Streit .... production coordinator (as Cynthia E. Streit)
Kristin A. Ward .... assistant to producer
Sarah Whorf .... production associate
Joseph Bearman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Elaine Berman .... animal handler (uncredited)
Mike Gonzales .... special thanks
Phil Hammersmith .... special thanks
Marylee Landers .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Porky's Revenge" - USA (original title)
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92 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:18 | Australia:R | Australia:M (TV rating) | Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Iceland:L | Italy:T | Netherlands:16 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:(Banned) | Sweden:15 | UK:18 | USA:R

Did You Know?

Bob Clark was invited to write and direct a third Porky's film. He was interested, but also busy directing Rhinestone (1984) and said that he would have to think about a good storyline for the film. The producers didn't want to wait for him to do this however, and hired Ziggy Steinberg to write a screenplay for the film. Clark hated the screenplay and was furious that the producer had it written behind his back; as a result, he refused to have anything to do with the film.See more »
Factual errors: During the State Championship basketball game - it is obvious that Meat was not a basketball player. He dribbles the ball with two hands right before he takes a shot and should have been called for a double dribble violation.See more »
[at graduation]
Pee Wee Morris:Inga? Do you still have your dress on?
Inga:It's American custom, you know.
Tommy, Meat, Billy, Brian and Wendy (together):Ja! Ja! Ja!
Inga:I love America.
[she unzips her gown and shows pee wee her breasts]
Inga:Ja, ja, ja.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
The glorious return of juvenile delinquency!, 4 June 2009
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

"Porky's II: The Next Day" was a weak and frustratingly tame movie that couldn't hold a candle to the wayward original; which I personally consider to be a classic in its own specific league. One of the – admittedly many – reasons of failure was the absence of the titular redneck character who was more or less profiled as the teen protagonists' arch enemy in the first film. Porky Wallace (glorious role of the late Chuck Mitchell) was a fat and sleazy night club owner from a neighboring county who humiliated and deceived the oversexed high school teenagers and prevented them from getting laid in his club. This led to fantastically comical and vulgar situations, but the first sequel skipped all this in favor of politically correct humor and ethically valuable morals. Well, just like the producers of "Halloween" found out after the disastrous third installment … every franchise also partly relies on a solid villainous character. The input of Porky's character in this third and final movie isn't exactly tremendous, but it definitely helps. The jokes and absurd situations are also a lot funnier again (albeit not nearly as funny as in the original) because they all revolve on raging hormones, bizarre sexual fetishes, embarrassing encounters and plain juvenile delinquency! Few weeks before graduating high school (about time, as they all appear to be in their mid-twenties…), the cheerful posse has the chance of realizing their biggest dream: winning the state championship in basketball. They face a big – literally – obstacle when it turns out their beloved coach has unsettled debts with Porky, who now owns a luxurious casino boat. The only way out is for the team to lose the finale and have Porky cash in the betting money, but their mind is too strongly set on winning… This is good old-fashioned and textbook 80's comedy, meaning relaxing and utterly brainless. Ideal stuff to re-watch after all these years and revive the spirit of 80's trash.

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