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Lola and Alva played video arcade games topless with Jeff in the back room - including a close-up of Lola's breasts jiggling as she wiggled with excitement, before they jumped on a bed.
There were other shenanigans, such as hot-tubbing in the back of a van.
Similar to the theme of the popular Private Lessons (1981), this copy-cat film told about a young senior high school student Bobby Chrystal (Matt Lattanzi, Olivia Newton John's ex-husband, a former Xanadu dancer) who was amorously tutored in "French" by live-in 30 year-old blonde Terry Green (Caren Kaye). Lauderdale, Florida for two sets of guys: nerds Nelson and Adam (David Knell and Perry Lang) who were forced to share their motel room with studly Stu (Paul Land) and O. Before the end of summer break at the start of their senior year, a foursome of inexperienced male friends made a pact to help each other.
One of them, Michael was currently unsuccessful with his long-time pretty and sweet girlfriend Julie Ann (Jill Schoelen).
Another teen sexploitation film, it told about a horny and voyeuristic teenager Alex Carson (Martin Yost) with binoculars, who made a business out of spying on neighbors (females) and renting out video equipment.
He had a huge crush on girl-next-door neighbor Sally Clark (Heather Kennedy), and began his profitable enterprise by videotaping her.
In this case, male teenaged prep school senior-student Jonathan Ogner (Andrew Mc Carthy) was schooled by older sexy temptress Mrs.
Ellen Burroughs (Jacqueline Bisset), his roommate's mother. The film also featured future stars Rob Lowe (as Jonathan's prep-school roommate Skip), John and Joan Cusack as Roscoe and Julia, future Oscar-winner Virginia Madsen (as Lisa, one of two girls at a nearby all-girls school who was partially disrobed in an accident while serving sandwiches to a group of students), and Lolita Davidovich as the 1st Girl in the Motel.
In the first scene, Eugene was propositioned by two party girls, Lola (Playboy Playmate Kym Malin) and Alva (Kim Michel), who dropped their tops in front of him in their convertible, as part of a sorority initiation prank - so they could take a Polaroid picture of his "manhood."The arcade was populated by eccentrics, a punk rock band led by King Vidiot (Jonathan Gries), a Latino gang, and party girls.
Other more realistic teenage-oriented films included Tex (1982) with Matt Dillon, Baby, It's You (1983) with Rosanna Arquette, and director Martha Coolidge's Valley Girl (1983) with Nicolas Cage and Deborah Foreman. You don't know how long I've waited for this moment." After unzipping his fly, she told him: "There's another thing I've been dying to do." Unfortunately, it was all an imaginary fantasy in his head.
ribald military comedy from director Ivan Reitman starred Bill Murray as US Army enlistee John Winger, Harold Ramis as his best friend Russell Ziskey, John Candy (in his breakthrough role) as Dewey "Ox" Oxberger who tangled with a bunch of bikini-clad mud wrestlers, and Winger's love-interest Stella (P. When he arrived, classmate hunk Bronk (Josh Cadman) answered the door and prevented any sort of rendezvous between them.
The topless females talked about having sex, and one advised Monica: "Does he know you haven't done it yet? Guys like girls that are experienced." She replied: "I thought they all wanted virgins." They concluded: "That too. I just don't know what they want." BJ: (while lifting up her shirt and fondling herself) "Hey, do you think my boobs are getting any bigger? " Monica: (suggesting) "Why don't you try a padded bra?
Oh, I know, it's because I don't have a thing, right? The exercise session was followed by an extended nude shower scene. Do you think I should send away for one of those bust developers?
The teen film had prescient scenes that featured spy cams, and a plot to retaliate against Principal White (C. Bippy) of the school who was threatening to expel Alex's best friend Nick Byers (Jeff Edmond).