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American Boyfriends (1989)

Four Canadian girls skip off university to get to the wedding of one of their number's relatives across the border in Portland. After the event one stays on with a guy she's met, one ... See full summary »

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Margaret Langrick ...
Sandy Wilcox
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Butch Walker
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Marty Kaplan
Liisa Repo-Martell ...
Julie La Belle
Delia Brett ...
Lizzie
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Thelma
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Spider
Scott Anderson ...
Daryl
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Loren Dunsworth ...
Cynthia
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Dolly
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Sid
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Al Walker
Jane Mortifee ...
Kitty Wilcox
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Major Wilcox
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Four Canadian girls skip off university to get to the wedding of one of their number's relatives across the border in Portland. After the event one stays on with a guy she's met, one returns home to get ready for her own wedding, and the other two head off for San Diego in a newly acquired Cadillac in search of the usual things. Written by Jeremy Perkins {J-26}

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In 1965 everyone was dreaming of california...

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11 September 1989 (Canada)  »

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Mes copains américains  »

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Follows My American Cousin (1985) See more »

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The Flame
Performed by Thomas Marolda (as Tom Marolda)
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Ew!
1 June 1999 | by See all my reviews

This movie stunk. For those of you Nicholas Lea fans out there who are trying to get ahold of this movie because it's listed on his credits and you can't find any information about it anywhere...look no further. Nick has about 15 seconds TOTAL screen time and about one barely audible line. This movie is not worth sitting through...even for Nick. The characters seem contrived, the story is rushed, and it becomes increasingly hard to sit through it as time passes. Honestly...pass it over on the shelf, and get something better.


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