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Trip with the Teacher (1975)

R | | Crime, Drama, Horror | March 1975 (USA)
A teacher and her class of female students take a class trip to the desert. Their bus breaks down, and they find themselves terrorized by a gang of psycho bikers.


Earl Barton


Earl Barton




Complete credited cast:
Zalman King ... Al
Brenda Fogarty Brenda Fogarty ... Miss Tenny
Cathy Worthington ... Julie
Dina Ousley Dina Ousley ... Bobbie
Jill Voight Jill Voight ... Tina
Susan Russell Susan Russell ... Pam
Robert Gribbin ... Jay
Edward Cross Edward Cross ... Station Attendant (as Ed Cross)
Robert Porter ... Pete
Jack Driscoll Jack Driscoll ... Marvin - Bus Driver
David Villa David Villa ... Station Customer


A pretty young teacher and four of her pretty students take a minibus to some Navajo ruins, little suspecting another kind of ruin awaits. A trio of bikers begin to flirt with the gals, and when their bus breaks down, they helpfully tow the vehicle to a deserted shack. The chief biker, Al, chews up the scenery, kills folks, and rips off the teacher's clothes before raping her. The poor schoolgirls are also in for their share of abuse. Written by Manfred Gluck

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Bobbie: Well gang, here we are. Right smack dab in the middle of nowhere. At least a whole day's walk to the nearest boy.
Julie: If that's all you can think of, Bobbie, then why did you come on this trip?
Bobbie: My mother insisted. Hey listen - don't tell me you never think about boys.
Julie: Don't be absurd, Bobbie, of course I do.
Bobbie: Then you know there is a difference between the boys and the girls!
Pam: Just what are you getting at, Bobbie?
Bobbie: The truth! Just tell it like it is - truth.
Julie: Nothing wrong with that.
Tina: My, my. Sounds like ...
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slow and campy
6 June 2011 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

This was a mediocre grindhouse flick for me. If it wasn't for the fame of Zalman King I guess you wouldn't have seen it that much. Zalman became famous in the eighties for producing erotic flicks. Most of the actresses played in grindhouse flicks but Cathy Worthington was the one who made it into the scene even appearing in Dallas, Jill Voight was seen in Friday The 13th Part 2. As I said, grindhouse and of that kind with the bad bikers in it. We had so many in it but due Zalman this do stands out because Zalman really carries this flick. It is a bit slow and campy sometimes, just watch the tow scene with the bus. The quality of the movie itself was really bad, even on DVD, a lot of scratches, bad sound and hiss. It really takes you 45 minutes before the girls are getting a bad trip with their teacher after their bus broke down and the bikers come in handy. Of course as a grindhouse there is a bit of nudity but not to mention. Not really my cup but a must have due the well known reasons explained earlier.

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March 1975 (USA) See more »

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$31,000 (estimated)
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