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South Beach Academy (1996)

What do you do when the future of your school, your family, and your fortune all rest on the performance of the school's all-female volleyball team? It's up to two brothers and a steamy student body to save the day.

Director:

Joe Esposito

Writer:

Bill Milling (as William R. Milling)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Keith Coulouris ... Harry Spencer (as Keith Colouris)
Elizabeth Kaitan Elizabeth Kaitan ... Shannon McSorley
Corey Feldman ... Billy Spencer
Al Lewis ... Uncle Gene
James Hong ... Johnny Staccato
Lorelei Leslie Lorelei Leslie ... Harley
Julie Cialini ... Phyllis Glass (as Julie Lynn Cialini)
Marcus Mueller Marcus Mueller ... Pigiron
Amy Lynn Rosenthal Amy Lynn Rosenthal ... Erika
Ute Weigel Ute Weigel ... Solitaire
Tiffany Cara Tiffany Cara ... Ginger / Dancer
Christi Bauerle Christi Bauerle ... Dominique
Kristina Rodriguez Kristina Rodriguez ... Pina Kollata
Mindy Feldman Mindy Feldman ... Francesca
Gary Bristow Gary Bristow ... Drill Sergeant
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Storyline

What do you do when the future of your school, your family, and your fortune all rest on the performance of the school's all-female volleyball team? It's up to two brothers and a steamy student body to save the day.

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Taglines:

This Year's Student Body Is Shaping Up.

Genres:

Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive nudity and some sex scenes | See all certifications »

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 September 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Academia de Verão See more »

Filming Locations:

Broward County, Florida, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Future Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

At the 22:09 mark, the address to meet is: "Marina, Slip F-18" At the Bahia Mar Marina, Slip F-18 is the home of The Busted Flush, owned by Travis MaGee, as written by John D MacDonald. See more »

Goofs

As Billy and Harry approach a hot dog stand the blonde girl selling hot dogs is clearly topless from behind. A closer shot then shows her wearing a bikini top. As they walk away she is seen again topless from the rear. See more »

Quotes

Johnny Staccato: Hi, Harry. How ya doin', huh? Nice of you to drop by.
Harry Spencer: Hi, Johnny. So where's Rico?
Johnny Staccato: Rico? Yeah, long gone, man. Would you stay partners with some scumbag slimeball who would badmouth ya, steal from ya and try to screw your wife?
Harry Spencer: Naw, I guess not.
Johnny Staccato: Neither did Rico.
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Alternate Versions

The USA Network version removes all of the nudity See more »

Connections

References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

Soundtracks

"Baby, Let's Play
Written by Call St. John & Bryan LeMar
Performed by Call St. John
Courtesy of Bamboolin Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
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Medical Warning: Watching lowers I.Q. by 20 Points
19 March 2009 | by jayraskin1See all my reviews

This is not the worst movie ever made. No, wait, this is the worst movie ever made. In a scene between two brother, Corey Feldman delivers the immortal line "I like breasts, fake breasts." He seems to be echoing the thought of the filmmakers who put breasts, either naked or covered with a bikini top in nearly every scene. There are also 40 or 50 shots of the backsides of different women in thongs. The plot has something to do with a gambler, a bet and a woman's volley ball team, but the plot is just an excuse to parade dozens of scantily clad women in front of the camera. It is a little sad seeing Al Lewis, who must have been in his late 80's here. He was a fine comic actor (see the television series, "Car 54 Where Are You"). He deserved better.

The movie is too leering and sneering for women and too tame and lame for men, and too witless for both men and women.

Actually, if a fashion designer student wanted to know what bikinis were popular in Miami in the 1990's, this would be the perfect movie to watch.


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