|Directed by||Rafal Zielinski|
|Produced by||Debra Dion
|Written by||Clark Carlton|
|Music by||Bob Parr|
|Cinematography||Nicholas Josef von Sternberg|
|Distributed by||Empire International Pictures
|Running time||82 min.|
Valet Girls is a 1987 American comedy film about three women in L.A. who are working as valet girls while trying to get started in the entertainment industry. The film was directed by Rafal Zielinski, written by Clark Carlton, produced by Lexyn Productions; and was distributed by Empire International Pictures and Vestron Video.
The story revolves around Lucy (Meri Marshall), who wants to be a rock star, Rosalind (April Stewart), a brain pretending to be a bimbo, and Carnation (Mary Kohnert), who wants to be an actress. These three girls get a job parking cars for a big movie star named Dirk Zebra (Jack DeLeon) who throws regular house parties so that he and his fellow actor Lindsey Brawnsworth (Jon Sharp) and a record producer, Alvin Sunday (Michael Karm) can attract and seduce aspiring starlets.
Between parking cars, the three girls have to dodge the amorous attention of the party-goers while Lucy and Carnation try to get influential people to pay attention to their musical and acting talents. The party is sabotaged by members of a competing valet company (played by Steven Lyon, Randy Vasquez, and Stuart Fratkin) and the girls are blamed and fired. With the help of Dirk Zebra's wife Tina (Patricia Scott Michel) and Carnation's boyfriend Archie Lee (John Terlesky) the valet girls humiliate Dirk Zebra, Lindsey Brawnsworth, and the members of the other valet company.
Home media release
Valet Girls was released on VHS by Lions Gate on April 15, 1987. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer currently owns the rights to the film but has yet to announce any plans to release the film onto DVD. It has however, aired on the MGM HD Channel in widescreen format and is currently streaming on Netflix.