The Beach Girls

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The Beach Girls
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Theatrical poster
Directed by Pat Townsend
Produced by Marilyn Jacobs Tenser
Michael D. Castle
Written by Patrick Sheane Duncan
Phil Groves
Starring Jeana Tomasina
Val Kline
Debra Blee
James Daughton
Adam Roarke
Music by Michael Lloyd
Cinematography Michael D. Murphy
Edited by George Bowers
Distributed by Crown International Pictures
Release date
  • March 26, 1982 (1982-03-26)
Running time
91 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Beach Girls is a 1982 American sex comedy film, directed by Pat Townsend. It stars Jeana Tomasina, Val Kline and Debra Blee.[1][2]

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Two college girls, Ducky and Ginger, meet their naive friend, Sarah, at a Southern California beach house. The house belongs to Sarah's uncle and to their luck has allowed them to use his house for the summer while he is gone. Soon after Ducky and Ginger arrive, the two plan the first of many wild parties, but not without some resistance from Sarah. The two continue the plans for more partying including inviting assorted misfits, delivery persons, and people just passing by. Eventually, Sarah's resistance fades and she joins in on the wild parties.

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