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Splitz (1982)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Music | 1982 (USA)
An all-female rock band and a group of "well-endowed" sorority sisters team up to save a sorority house slated for condemnation by the university.

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Domonic Paris
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Robin Johnson ... Gina Napoliani
Barbara Bingham ... Susie (as Barbara M. Bingham)
Patti Lee Patti Lee ... Joan
Chuck McQuary Chuck McQuary ... Chuck
Shirley Stoler ... Dean Hunta
Raymond Serra Raymond Serra ... Vito Napoliani
Martin Rosenblatt Martin Rosenblatt ... Louie
Sal Carollo Sal Carollo ... Tony
Tara King Tara King ... Fern Hymenstein
Amelia David Amelia David ... Midge
Tom McCleister ... Warwick (as Thom McCleister)
Vera Lockwood Vera Lockwood ... Rosa Napoliani
Forbes Riley ... Lois Scagliani (as Francine Forbes)
Sally Prager Sally Prager ... Bernice
Dom Irrera ... Vinnie Mamabasta (as Dominick Irrera)
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An all-female rock band and a group of "well-endowed" sorority sisters team up to save a sorority house slated for condemnation by the university.

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The comedy with sizzle. See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Music

Certificate:

PG-13 | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The diner that the Splitz sing "Suburban Nights" in is Rosie's Diner, which was featured in a long-running series of popular Bounty Paper Towel commercials starring Nancy Walker. See more »

Goofs

During the strip-basketball game, Midge is seen wearing a T-shirt with sunglasses and lips on it, then an entirely different outfit, and suddenly she's in the T-shirt again. See more »

Quotes

Vinnie Mamabasta: What's your sign? Yield?
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Crazy Credits

Diane Scanlon is credited for singing the finale song, "We're a Miracle," but she's not the actual performer. See more »

Alternate Versions

After the initial release with an R rating, the film was re-cut and retitled Splitz with a PG-13 rating, for home and a few international markets. See more »

Connections

References Hercules (1958) See more »

Soundtracks

Give It All You Got
Written by Jerry Sikorski and Joseph Sikorski
Performed by American Patrol
Courtesy of Vanity Records, Inc.
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Animal House gone Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
28 March 2007 | by flickheadSee all my reviews

Sometimes you don't want to see Gone With The Wind. Sometimes you just want to see a good, old fashioned titty-flic. They don't make films like these anymore: films that fell somewhere between the drive-in, the grind house and late night cable. SPLITZ was one of the amazing topless-not-plot less popcorn movies that made it into regular rotation on HBO and Cinemax back in the glorious early 80s. Taking more than a cue from Animal House and then paying tribute to Russ Meyer's BEYOND THE VALLEY OF THE DOLLS, SPLITZ hits the ground running with a soundtrack reminiscent of either VALLEY GIRL or NEW WAVE HOOKERS, and it's thoroughly enjoyable in that Bevis & Butthead kinda way. A perfect night with the guys film, custom made for a movie marathon. Just add beer, bong and a bag of chips and you'll be happily on your way. Look for a very early cameo by Comedy Central regular (and Big Lebowski bit player) Dom Irrera. Perfectly captures the era in which it was made.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1982 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Phi Beta Rockers See more »

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