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Cherry Hill High (1977)
Not bad for a drive-in movie from the 1970's
Actually all of the reviewers that say that the girls "make a bet to see who can "lose it" in the most creative way." are technically wrong. They actually make a bet to lose it in the most ORIGINAL way. This is a clue to the resolution of the film, when one of the girls falls in love with the son of a rich man who owns a boat. As their teacher explains at the end, she fell in love, which is the 'original' way to lose it.
Overall it is not that bad of a drive-in type movie from the 1970's. Actually one of the sexiest scenes is when the teach says that they girls can sleep in the field of a farmer. She then gets is on with the farmer. Interestingly enough, a stunt double was used for the teacher for the sex scene. You can tell this as her face is visible in the first part of the scene, but once they get into it, her face is never scene again.
The Twilight Zone: The Passersby (1961)
Star Trek connections
It is also interesting that author planktonrules tries to compare Twilight Zone to Star Trek. OK, not the shows really, but the fans. While I'm sure that there are plenty of Twilight Zone fans, it comes no where near the number of Star Trek fans.
It is also interesting to note how he uses Star Trek in his comparison, as three of the main actors in this fine episode, went on to perform in Star Trek episodes and a Star Trek movie.
James Gregory appeared in Star Trek's "Dagger of the Mind", while Rex Holman (Charlie near the beginning) appeared in "Spectre of the Gun" as Morgan Earp and in "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier". And Joanne Linville played the famous female Romulan Commander who tries unsuccessfully to seduce Spock, in the episode "The Enterprise Incident".