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Hollywood High

Rating:R
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1976
Running time:81 minutes
Cast:Susanne Severeid, Sherry Hardin, Rae Sperling, Marcy Albrecht, John William Young
Director:Patrick M. Wright
Producer:Peter Perry
Distributor:Peter Perry Productions

Description: Raging hormones fuel the fires of young girls' desire causing them to explore every possible avenue for release in this adolescent (in every sense of the word) exploitation flick. The comely teensfinally get their chance when they meet a faded movie queen with an exceptionally large mansion -- one with many fully furnished bedrooms. The former star generously agrees to give the young ladies and their randy beaus acting lessons without realizing that they are more interested in learning the lessons of love.~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

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