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Stewardess School (Aug-1986)

Director: Ken Blancato

Writer: Ken Blancato

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sandahl Bergman
Actor
14-Nov-1951   Conan the Barbarian
Earl Boen
Actor
7-Nov-1945   In three Terminator movies
Corinne Bohrer
Actor
18-Oct-1958   Free Spirit
Brooke Bundy
Actor
8-Aug-1944   A Nightmare on Elm Street 3
Brett Cullen
Actor
26-Aug-1956   Dan Fixx on Falcon Crest
Richard Erdman
Actor
1-Jun-1925   Leonard on Community
Sherman Hemsley
Actor
1-Feb-1938 24-Jul-2012 George Jefferson on The Jeffersons
Judy Landers
Actor
7-Oct-1958   Stewardess School
Donny Most
Actor
8-Aug-1953   Ralph Malph on Happy Days
Rob Paulsen
Actor
11-Mar-1956   Voice of Ninja Turtle Raphael
Lela Rochon
Actor
17-Apr-1964   Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Alan Rosenberg
Actor
4-Oct-1950   Alvin Masterson on The Guardian
Vito Scotti
Actor
26-Jan-1918 5-Jun-1996 Character actor, 1950s to 1990s
Wendie Jo Sperber
Actor
15-Sep-1958 29-Nov-2005 Amy on Bosom Buddies
Teddy Wilson
Actor
10-Dec-1943 21-Jul-1991 Earl Chambers on That's My Mama

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 5-Aug-2006)

I always laugh when I see this film. It was produced after a year of repeated mishaps in airplane flights. The film shows a school for teaching and producing air pilots and air stewardess. The students accepted were mostly those who failed to be accepted in another places or those who are delinquent. The director and teachers of the school can't be less competent. The result is a very funny airplane journey. The film ends in a surprise. The amount of sex in the film makes it not suitable for young adolescents. Comment by Dr. S.M.


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