A group of young Southern California co-eds spend their days and nights on the prowl looking for ways to satisfy their red hot passions! Laura, Maggie and Kimberly are the three luscious lasses whose lives are going through tumultuous changes. They decide to descend on a rollicking party to remedy their loneliness. At the party Laura meets a former schoolmate, giving old torches a reason to light up and burn fiercely. Meanwhile the virginal Kim enters full womanhood at the hands of a dashing young man bent on satisfying their mutual lustful craving. Finally, Maggie finds an intriguing older woman with whom she discovers another side of her sexual hunger. Sweet Young Foxes... ah how sweet! Written by
[to his girlfriend about his job offering in St. Paul]
Julie, I want you to marry me, and move back to St. Paul with me.
Oh, Raymond, I have responsibilities. My job, and Laura. I have hard enough time coping with her as it is now. Can you imagine what she do if I told her I was gonna drag her off to St. Paul? She'll probably run off and join some drugged out religious sect or something. Or worse yet, go back to her father. I just don't know.
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Kay Parker won the 1983 AFAA award for best supporting role as Laura's mother in this adult sex comedy about three Cali students Laura, Kim, and Maggie (Hyapatia Lee, Cindy Carver, and Cara Lott respectively), who all attend a party looking for some excitement. Good thing that Kay won for this film, as she's the only notable thing about it, whenever she's not on screen that movie seems lifeless and not hot in the least. Director Bob Chinn can and has done better (primarly his collaborations with the late John Holmes) This is for Kay Parker completeists only. All others are recommene to steer clear.
My Grade: D
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