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Ski School 2 (1994)

Dave Marshak returns to the Ski School mountain to stop his ex-girlfriend's wedding.


David Mitchell


Jay Naples




Cast overview, first billed only:
Dean Cameron ... Dave Marshak
Heather Campbell Heather Campbell ... Beth Roberts
Doug Copithorne Doug Copithorne ... Alex
Bil Dwyer ... Toddorbert
Wendy Hamilton Wendy Hamilton ... Lola Schnitzelbank
Noah Heney Noah Heney ... Lee
Will Sasso ... Tomcat (as William Sasso)
Brent Sheppard Brent Sheppard ... Steve Longwood
Jane Sowerby Jane Sowerby ... Joyce
Carrie-Lee Alhassan Carrie-Lee Alhassan ... Alex Girl #3
Cinnamon Bond Cinnamon Bond ... Wendy
Matt Brasier Matt Brasier ... Geeky Guy
Shannon Lee Brown Shannon Lee Brown ... Gena
Tiffany Burns ... Cindy
Shawn Carle Shawn Carle ... Organist


Dave is invited to his former girlfriend's wedding and it is his duty to make sure it doesn't happen since her fiance has plans to take over the resort once they're married Written by <mikehx@earthlink.net>

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The slopes are sizzling again! This time they go off piste!



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for nudity and sex-related dialogue | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


The motor home that Dave Marshak drives to the ski school has the names Ed and Fitz written on the front in homage to his friends from the first film, Dave being the only returning character from the first Ski School outing in 1991. See more »


At the very end when the camera pans out from Beth and Dave's kissing scene, there are hundreds of footprints around them were the cast have been. See more »


Steve Longwood: What do you say we go to this wedding in style, in my new cherry red Beamer
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Crazy Credits

Two fat sumo wrestlers are skiing in the opening sequence, one of whom does a dangerous overhead spin. See more »

Alternate Versions

When Dave and his three best friends clash their beer cans together in Toddorbert's hut, the sound is similar to that of trash cans being dropped. This is changed for the DVD release to a dramatic guitar strum. See more »


Follows Ski School (1990) See more »


By Mark Sanders
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Liked it, not sure why
30 July 2004 | by vchimpanzeeSee all my reviews

Dave Marshak has lost out in employment and love to Steve Longwood. When Beth's father dies and she inherits his ski resort, Steve wants to marry her. Dave ends up attending events related to the wedding, and does what he can, along with his goofy friends Alex and Toddorbert, to try to stop the wedding from taking place. Along the way to the big event, we see plenty of girls wearing next to nothing (even though it is cold enough for snow skiing), including one who describes herself as 'a nude painter'. The subject being captured on canvas is all bundled up for the cold weather, while the artist appears to be wearing nothing. Several pranks involve O'Doogles, a bar which has changed quite a bit since the guys used to hang out there.

I doubt that anyone would consider this to be a quality production, but Dean Cameron delivered a sarcastic performance as Dave, which really made the movie worth seeing. No one else was really what I would call a good actor, but Beth was adorable and most of the characters were funny.

I saw an edited version, but it was still not good clean fun. It was fun, however.

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21 February 1994 (USA) See more »

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