Spring Fever (1982 film)
Theatrical release poster. Roger Ebert wrote that the film "does not show anybody even slightly resembling any of the three people in the ad. Nor does it have a scene in which two girls and a boy mess around at the beach."
|Directed by||Joseph L. Scanlan|
|Produced by||John F. Bassett|
|Screenplay by||Stuart Gillard|
|Music by||Fred Mollin|
|Edited by||Kirk Jones|
Spring Fever is a 1982 film directed by Joseph L. Scanlan, set in the world of competitive tennis. It was produced by Amulet Pictures with the participation of the Canadian Film Development Corporation and Famous Players Limited.
Stevie Castle is a Las Vegas showgirl whose teen daughter K.C. demonstrates a promising aptitude for tennis. But when K.C. enters a local tournament, she encounters hostility and snobbery from the tennis crowd due to her mother's profession.
- Carling Bassett as Karen "K.C." Castle
- Susan Anton as Stevie Castle
- Jessica Walter as Celia Berryman
- Frank Converse as Lewis Berryman
- Stephen Young as Neil Berryman
- Shawn Foltz as Melissa "Missy" Berryman
- David Main as Van Beechum
- "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" (Eddie Schwartz) - Pat Benatar
- "The Long Arm" (Freddy Moore) - The Nu Kats
- "Turn Me Loose" (Paul Dean - Mike Reno) - Loverboy
- "Just One Chance To Be Free" (Fred Mollin) - Taffy McElroy
- "Do It All Night" (Paul Sabu) - Barbara Law
- "Easy Lover" (Fred Mollin) - Susan Anton
- "Shake Your Bait" (Paul Sabu - Harry Hinde) - Barbara Law
- Roger Ebert gave the film one-and-half of four possible stars in his March 17, 1983 review in the Chicago Sun-Times.
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