Junior High School (film)
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|Junior High School|
|Directed by||Michael Nankin
|Written by||Steve Jacobson
|Starring||P. David Ebersole
Mikal Robert Taylor
|Music by||David Wechter
|Edited by||Steve Jacobson
|Distributed by||Tapeworm Video Distributors (VHS)
Junior High School is a 1978 musical featurette starring P. David Ebersole as Jerry Sanders. The film chronicles the first day of term at a dramatized school of seventh and eighth graders, and consists of seven songs along with several dance numbers. The only member of the cast to become well-known later is Paula Abdul, though she played a relatively minor role in the film.
The story begins with Sherry (Paula Abdul) declaring plans to hold a party that night. Upon hearing about this party, Jerry's friend Paul (Kirk Burnett) encourages him to ask his crush Lori Scott (Karen Capelle) to accompany him to the event. On his way to doing this Jerry encounters several obstacles, including repeated run-ins with Keith (Mikal Robert Taylor), a school bully, and Vicki (Toni Mazarin), an ill-intentioned girl who hopes Jerry will ask her to the party so she can spite a previous boyfriend.
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