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Fireballs (1989)

A Canadian fire station is threatened by a Japanese business.

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Goran Kalezic ...
Sam
Mike Strapko ...
Badushi
Eric Crabb ...
Keith Wilks
Albert Eggen ...
Chief McGregor (as Al Eggen)
Danny Wengle ...
Peter Wilks
John Pepper ...
Pepper
Peter Lavender ...
Mayor North
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Debbie Carlson (as Cindy Fidler)
Simonne Fernandes ...
Mary-Ann Holstien
Teri Michaels ...
April Ferguson
Irene Walters ...
Crystal Ball
Jay Wilson ...
Spliff
Randy Atmadja ...
Mr. Matsura
Rizwan Chaudhry ...
Mohammad
Pat Pearsall ...
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In Northern Ontario, a fire hall is invested with disgusting creatures called -- firemen. When a Japanese businessman Mr. Matsuro wants to build a factory in the town and it just so happens that he has his eyes on the old fire station. And when discovering how much the firemen are a discrace they're order to hire some new recruits, and that's when they get the idea of a bikini contest where they hire four beautful women. Once again the Mayor finds out and puts a stop to it and replaces them with Mr. Matsuro's selection of new Japanese recruits. One problem though, the Japs are heavier partiers than our heros, so when a real fire breaks out, it might be up to the laid off losers to save the day. Written by Wallace Entertainment

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Pull out your hoses...here comes Fireballs

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Comedy

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22 June 1989 (Canada)  »

Also Known As:

Fireballs - Jetzt wird's heiß!  »

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CAD 250,000 (estimated)
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None of the extras were paid. See more »

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Spoofs Jaws (1975) See more »

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So bad it's good!
28 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

If your game for a PORKYS style T&A flick you may get a kick out of this movie, which a perfect example of the genre but laughably lame in all respects. A Japanese corporation offers to set up a factory in a deep south town if the town has a decent fire department which leaves the party animals currently employed scrambling to save their jobs while ensuring the four new recruits meet their approval.


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