Stewardess School

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Stewardess School
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Stewardess School VHS cover
Directed by Ken Blancato
Produced by Phil Feldman
Written by Ken Blancato
Starring Brett Cullen
Don Most
Judy Landers
Mary Cadorette
Alan Rosenberg
Wendie Jo Sperber
Tim Hoskins
Music by Robert Folk
Cinematography Fred J. Koenekamp
Edited by Lou Lombardo
Kenneth C. Paonessa
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates
August 1986
Running time
89 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget 8,000,000 (estimated)
Box office $136,158[1]

Stewardess School is a 1986 American comedy film starring Brett Cullen and Don Most. It is also known for being one of voice veteran Rob Paulsen's very few onscreen roles, and up until the early 2000s, one of the most played films on the American cable channel Comedy Central.

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When frat boys Philo (Cullen) and George (Most) fail at becoming pilots, the duo decides to join Weidermeyer Academy, one of the top stewardess schools in the country. During training, the guys encounter a group of misfits who run the gamut of quirkiness. The group end up bonding and they're all sent to the seedy Stromboli Airlines for their final test.

During the cross country flight, which is filled with blind passengers, the group encounters a Mad Bomber (Rosenberg) who intends to blow up the plane. After the pilots get gassed by the bomber, it's up to the students to save the day.

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