When a striptease dancer is brutally murdered in Las Vegas, detective Rita Cates and her partner J.D. Prejon are put on the case. There's not much to go on, but the evidence they've got ... See full summary »
Restaurant hostess and mom Joanne Sanders has to work late one night. After she leaves the restaurant she accidently cuts a car off on the highway. This driver takes it personally and he begins to stalk and harrass Joanne.
Dinah Manoff plays Tibby Bloom, a recent widow who soon finds herself broke and in need of a job. Her wealthy husband died suddenly leaving her with nothing but memories...and bills to pay.... See full summary »
Joyce Van Patten
During the opening credits, the girl drives from Tower Records (on Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood), then picks her friend up from UCLA (in Westwood), then drives back to Hollywood. As she passes the Beverly Hills Hotel, she is driving headed west. But, to make such a journey would have her headed east. See more »
I've seen some "bad-uns" over the last 50-odd years, but right from the credits, this rates as one of very worst movies I've ever seen. While it retains a VERY minor curiosity value due to the ultra-campy high-80s costumes and hair styles and the glimpses of '80s Hollywood, this is in every other respect irredeemable trash. I've seen porno films with better acting -- the inflatable alligator in the pool is by far the strongest performer -- and the same goes for the "script" (peee-euw!), cinematography and sound. I just saw this on TV as the late-night follow-up to 'Moonraker' -- one of the lamest of all Bond films -- but trust me, that comes off looking like 'Gone With The Wind' compared to 'Valet Girls'. Undoubtedly a film that all concerned wish they could erase from history and an experience to be avoided at all costs unless you grew up through the 80s, have a stash of industrial-strength drugs and for some reason want a cringe-laden laugh to remind you how bad that decade was at its worst.
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