Number 1 Cheerleader Camp

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The correct title of this article is #1 Cheerleader Camp. The substitution or omission of the # is because of technical restrictions.
#1 Cheerleader Camp
Number 1 Cheerleader Camp.jpg
Catalog No. 2465/2466
Directed by Mark Quod
Produced by
Written by Naomi Selfman
Starring
Music by Chris Ridenhour
Cinematography Alexander Yellen
Distributed by The Asylum
Release date(s)
  • June 27, 2010 (2010-06-27)
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget 250.000 $

#1 Cheerleader Camp is a 2010 sex comedy film by The Asylum, directed by Mark Quod and starring Jay Gillespie, Erica Duke, Seth Cassell, Harmony Blossom and Charlene Tilton.[1]

Plot[edit]

Two horny college guys get summer jobs at a cheerleader camp for the summer. Friendly and naive Michael is mistaken as a homosexual even though he isn't. World class jerk Andy has an addiction to masturbation and also tries to hook up with a different girl every night. Michael and Andy help out head cheerleader Sophie form her own cheerleading team. A group of strippers end up becoming cheerleaders after Michael and Andy have a run-in with them at a local gentlemen's club. A college scholarship is offered to the group of cheerleaders that wins the climactic team competition. Known lines include" pounding it out in the sock" and "fucking a watermelon."

Cast[edit]

  • Jay Gillespie as Michael
  • Erica Duke as Sophie
  • Seth Cassell as Andy
  • Harmony Blossom as Britt
  • Charlene Tilton as Herself
  • Diana Jay Gonzalez as Bliss
  • Brian Schulze as Shawn
  • Sonja O'Hara as Betty
  • Starkesha Brown Robinson as Ronda
  • Lauren Gabel as Brandi
  • Michaela Myers as Felice
  • Sarah Agor as Marley
  • Meryl Bush as Candy Cane
  • Maura Murphy as Desire
  • Kyla Druckman as Lindsay
  • Seth Austin as Trey
  • Sally Powers as Gertrude
  • Vanessa Henderson as Cinnamon
  • Paul Logan as Tom
  • Jonathon Nation as Marco
  • Gina Dumania as DJ D Cup

References[edit]

  1. ^ "#1 Cheerleader Camp Trailer". The Asylum Blog. 

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