Stewardess School


Action / Comedy

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Dennis Burkley as 'Snake' Pellino
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Julia Montgomery as Pimmie Polk
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Brett Cullen as Philo Henderson
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Corinne Bohrer as Cindy Adams
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848.22 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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1.54 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sol-5 / 10

Before 'View from the Top'

Assorted misfits train to become flight attendants at a special college and get up to mischief while living on campus in this curious attempt to cross 'Animal House' with 'Airplane!' and 'Police Academy'. Long unavailable on DVD, the film does not have the most positive of reputations, but it does have a small cult following and it easy to see why. The gags that misfire are absolutely groan-inducing (flatulence in an elevator; a zillion pratfalls),but the ones that work are highly memorable - the best of which being the way one very innovative stewardess 'relieves' a stressed-out claustrophobic passenger. Another memorable part involves a prank on the female change rooms gone awry. Juvenile as some of the gags are (a literal salami to hide),the chief pitfall of the film is the lack of well developed characters. The two main male characters do not have much in the way of charm and charisma, while the female characters are barely defined beyond what they were before becoming stewardesses: spoiled rich kid, prostitute, etc. The fact that there are no big name stars in the cast has probably also contributed to the film's descent into obscurity (though Wendie Jo Sperber is great as always). This is, however, a far more decent film than one might expect with some positive and affirming messages about the ability of outcasts and those in the periphery to band together and succeed as a team. It would be an overstatement to describe 'Stewardess School' as an inspirational film, but it is an offbeat testament to the power of teamwork at the very least.

Reviewed by iwatcheverything7 / 10

Good 80's film.

How can this be so low? This is another film that is not as bad as it's rating. Yes it is a comedy that gets most of it's laughs from sex jokes but that is definitly nothing new. The acting in the movie was okay for some but of course it does not take much acting in these films. It was really a naughty film and does show nudity. Makes me wonder why the guys who watch this film are complaining. Were they expecting an intellectual piece when they rented this film. It is not the best movie of all times but for a few good laughs see if you can find this film and watch it sometime.

Reviewed by lee_eisenberg10 / 10

Sherman Hemsley, RIP

I nearly laughed myself to death watching "Stewardess School". True, it's basically an "Animal House" knock-off, but it is SO HILARIOUS! Don Most basically reprises his role as "Happy Days" goof-off Ralph Malph. This time, he and his hapless friend (Brett Cullen) train to became flight attendants (I don't think that anyone says stewardess anymore). The training consists of pranks and partying, with some scenes looking lifted from "Porky's". But without a doubt the best scene occurs on the plane. When a man starts losing control of himself, sexy babe Sugar Dubois (Judy Landers) figures out how to calm him down using a method that any guy would give all his limbs for.

It's just an enjoyably silly flick. The only other cast members whom I recognized are Vito Scotti (who appeared on just about every TV in the 1960s),Wendie Jo Sperber (of "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "1941") and the recently deceased Sherman Hemsley (best known for "The Jeffersons", which I've never seen).

In conclusion, I really AM gonna take you on a sea cruise.

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