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Valet Girls (1987)

R | | Comedy, Music | January 1987 (USA)
A young girl who aspires to a singing career gets herself and her best friend a job as valet parking girls at a Malibu party in order to meet people who can help them achieve their dreams.


Rafal Zielinski


Clark Carlton




Cast overview, first billed only:
Meri D. Marshall Meri D. Marshall ... Lucy
April Stewart April Stewart ... Rosalind
Mary Kohnert Mary Kohnert ... Carnation
Jack DeLeon ... Dirk Zebra (as Christopher Weeks)
Patricia Scott Michel Patricia Scott Michel ... Tina Zebra
Jon Sharp Jon Sharp ... Lindsey Brawnsworth
Michael Karm Michael Karm ... Alvin Sunday
Steven Lyon Steven Lyon ... Ike (as Steve Lyon)
Randy Vasquez ... Ramon (as Randy Gallion)
Stuart Fratkin ... Dash
John Terlesky ... Archie Lee Samples
Jean Byron ... Edie Smegmite (as Jeane Byron)
Charles Cooper ... Victor Smegmite
Kenny Sacha Kenny Sacha ... Tim Cheeseman
Tony Cox ... Sammy Rodenko


A young girl who aspires to a singing career gets herself and her best friend a job as valet parking girls at a Malibu party in order to meet people who can help them achieve their dreams.

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Comedy | Music


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Multiple times over the course of the film, the boom mic will dip in and out of the frame. See more »


Rosalind: Cheap turd.
Archie Lee Samples: What?
Rosalind: I said, 'I heard.'
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References The Color Purple (1985) See more »


Party Line
Written by Steven Meloan
Performed by Alisa Alvarez, Ethan James, Steven Meloan, Michael D. Meloan,
Greg Beck
Produced by Ethan James
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"I pay you to park guests, not pork them"
12 January 2019 | by jadavixSee all my reviews

A tough punk girl from Brooklyn and an English rose both work as valets. They are subject to unwanted sexual attention from some of the men they encouter on the job, and the punk girl ends up getting fired.

Although invited by one of the harassers, the girls attend a Hollywood party where there are topless girls swimming in the pool, and a male valet is having sex in the bathroom.

The male valets lose their jobs to make room for our two heroines, so they plot revenge.

Tony Cox, the little person actor from "Bad Santa", also appears. I didn't realise he had been acting for so long.

The party scene in this movie seems to go on longer than the one in "The Exterminating Angel". It seems to be just the same thing over and over again: middle aged Hollywood types using drugs and scoring with women half their age.

Mixed in there is some Southern lady who is unhappy that the producers try to take advantage of her.

The movie really has no clear narrative threads. You may remember the three guys who wanted to get the girls fired, but the movie forgets them from scene to scene, as did I. They resurface but the direction doesn't pick them out of the crowd. The party, which takes up most of the movie, is a jumble of different people, none of them very interesting.

Something a lot of these '80s boob comedies have is a godawful musical interlude where a third-rate band will play some horrible manufactured song. "Valet Girls" does this more than once.

And then, it's over, and I will forget about it almost immediately.

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January 1987 (USA) See more »

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