It's time again for California's "Young American Miss" beauty pageant, the biggest event of the year for Big Bob Freelander and Brenda DiCarlo, who give their all to put on a successful pageant. But Brenda is having marital difficulties and Bob's son is up to some mischief. Could this year's pageant be in jeopardy?
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Raised on hamburgers and soda pop, She's got a winning smile that's hard to top. A credit to her family, the ideal teen, She's all America's daughter, she's a beauty queen.
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Did You Know?
According to Nicholas Pryor, the filmmakers made a dial with the local Denny's fast food restaurant to promote the company's products in the movie, if the company gives free food vouchers to the crew. See more
During pageant finale, many letters in the electrical Young American Miss sign are unlit in a long shot of stage, but shine brightly in other angles. See more
[referring to Ray Brandy, the band leader
I don't like that music man. He's mean to the Young American Misses. It's a depressing thing to see one person being mean to another person. I need a drink.
[Unlocks a Pepsi machine in the corridor, fetches a bottle of booze stashed inside, takes a drink
For those who think young.
Because Mara Finerty's most noticeable scene in the movie shows her saying, "Rotting maggots of death, crawling out of the skull of war," she is listed in the closing credits as "Maggots Girl." See more
Second Hand Rose
Music by James F. Hanley
Lyrics by Grant Clarke See more