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Firehouse (1987)

Some sexy women get out of Fire Fighter School and go for the jobs they trained for, but first they must survive their male counterparts teasing them.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Gianna Palminteri ... Barrett Hopkins (as Gianna Rains)
Martha Peterson Martha Peterson ... Shannon Murphy
Renee Raiford Renee Raiford ... Violet Brown
Gideon Fountain ... John Anderson
Peter Mackenzie ... Dickson Willoughby
Joe Viviani Joe Viviani ... Lt. Wally
Jonathan Mandell Jonathan Mandell ... Timmy Ryan
Parnes Cartwright Parnes Cartwright ... Darnell Fibbs
Peter Onorati ... Ron J. Sleek
Andy Ryan Andy Ryan ... Sid Finegold
Kathleen Gati ... The Madame
Dog Thomas Dog Thomas ... The Extinguisher
David Henry Keller David Henry Keller ... Warren Frump
Dick Biel Dick Biel ... Ward Hopkins
Joanne Fox Joanne Fox ... June Hopkins


An evil businessman is secretly setting fires to the old buildings of a rundown neighborhood, while at the sametime three women rush out of fire school to become the new recruits that the fire station desperatly needs. But there the women are harassed and teased by their male counterparts. The fight back however they can (even with sex appeal), but must also put a stop to all the mysterious fires. Written by Wallace Entertainment

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When the fire's out...the heat is on




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Film debut of Julia Roberts. See more »


Referenced in Mob War (1989) See more »


Title Theme
Produced by David Biglin & Danny Grigsby
At House of Music, Inc.
For Squiggy Griggy Productions
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30 October 2014 | by a_baronSee all my reviews

Did they really make sex comedies in the late 1980s? This film has sex, mild, titillating stuff, but comedy? Actually it is so bad it's classic. It remains to be seen if the people who threw it together intended everything in it to be so, but it succeeds. Exaggerated stereotypes, clichés galore including even the name of the fire crew, it has it all. The story, such as it is, is that in the age of sexual equality, the fire department is recruiting females, who might not have as much muscle as their male counterparts, but they surely can't have less brains.

The villain of the piece is an evil businessman whose name might just have tempted Donald Trump to sue for defamation, but everything else in this film is likewise so over the top that no one would have taken him seriously if he had.

Naturally the girls figure out what is going on, and eventually the guys come good too, and even the street hoods aren't so bad in the end. Of course, if all capitalists were this evil, nothing worthwhile would ever get financed, including films, those that are worthwhile and those that are not.

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2 July 1993 (Portugal) See more »

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Jersey City, New Jersey, USA See more »

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