Fraternity Row (film)
|Directed by||Thomas J. Tobin|
|Produced by||Charles Gary Allison,
|Written by||Charles Gary Allison|
|Narrated by||Cliff Robertson|
|Music by||Michael Corner|
|Edited by||Eugene Fournier|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Running time||105 min|
Fraternity Row is a 1977 film drama portraying life in a 1950s fraternity at a fictional college.
This movie tells the story of one college student and his trials and tribulations as he pledges the Gamma Nu Pi Fraternity at a fictional Eastern school. The film depicts common hazing practices during the era including humiliation, onion eating and severe paddling.
Originally this film was Charles Gary Allison's thesis while he was a film student at USC. It was then picked up and distributed by Paramount.
Fraternity Row met with generally positive reviews. However, the movie failed to catch on and did only a very light business at the box office. It has not been released to VHS or DVD.
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