He had a huge crush on girl-next-door neighbor Sally Clark (Heather Kennedy), and began his profitable enterprise by videotaping her.
The teen film had prescient scenes that featured spy cams, and a plot to retaliate against Principal White (C. Bippy) of the school who was threatening to expel Alex's best friend Nick Byers (Jeff Edmond).
Let's go all the way." Barney had acquired the power of telekinesis (similar to Brian De Palma's horror thriller Carrie (1976), mixed with Porky's (1981)), used vengefully in the climactic prom scene in the school gym to strip off the gown of mean and snobby cheerleader prom-queen Jane Mitchell (then unknown star Heather Thomas, most probably a body double - bd - when she was disrobed).
Looks like I'm gonna have to break up with her." In class to his relief, Wendy (Sylvia Summers) passed him a note: "You're in Luck. " There were views of a female weightlifting team (led by tough dyke-like Boom Boom (Rachel Spooner)), and an aerobics class with one of the film's coed stars, Betty Jo "BJ" (Eileen Davidson, who later starred in The House on Sorority Row (1983)) doing hip swivels and leg lifts (and butt crunches).
You don't take no for an answer." At the same time, Reggie had been crossing out days on a calendar: "Wendy's late with her period again.
Ellen Burroughs (Jacqueline Bisset), his roommate's mother. The film also featured future stars Rob Lowe (as Jonathan's prep-school roommate Skip), John and Joan Cusack as Roscoe and Julia, future Oscar-winner Virginia Madsen (as Lisa, one of two girls at a nearby all-girls school who was partially disrobed in an accident while serving sandwiches to a group of students), and Lolita Davidovich as the 1st Girl in the Motel.
Another teen sexploitation film, it told about a horny and voyeuristic teenager Alex Carson (Martin Yost) with binoculars, who made a business out of spying on neighbors (females) and renting out video equipment.
Goddess Miranda/Mother Nature (Susanne Ashley) heard his plea for sex, and he was provided with a chemistry lab love potion or aphrodisiac that made him sexually irresistible.
A typical low-brow Adams College campus 80s comedy had a predictable plot of competition between the underdog brainy computer-science nerds against the brawny jocks fraternity (Alpha Betas) and their rich and bitchy sorority girlfriends at Pi Delta Pi.
Monica was uptight about sex and didn't want to be rushed, and it was causing Artie to complain about having "blue balls." He told his joking best-buddy Reggie Weis (Joe Colligan): "If Monica doesn't go all the way soon, I don't know what I'm gonna do." Reggie ridiculed him by exclaiming: "Oh, you do what I do.
Finally as the film concluded, Monica and Artie hooked up at the dance, and she encouraged him: "Just shut up and kiss me....
There were many representative films of varying quality (some described elsewhere). " Artie received a phone call from cute classmate Candy Hardin (Sherrie Miller) from her bathtub and she invited him over.
Balancing out the mostly R-rated teen-sex comedies were some of writer-producer-director John Hughes' films which took a more sensitive look at adolescent issues, in films such as Sixteen Candles (1984), The Breakfast Club (1985), and Pretty in Pink (1986). As he pedaled over to her house, he daydreamed about having sex with her once he arrived - she removed her top in front of him and purred: "There's something I want to show you." When she greeted him at the door, she said: "I thought you'd never get here.
The guys' first stop was a strip-show (with nudity), followed by Dave's encounter with a whore (Victoria Wells) - the others also scored with Woody's whore (Laura James) and Spider's whore (Martha E. My Tutor (1983) was semi-scandalous for its teacher-student relationship - a common theme of the era - in which a seductive older woman romanced a younger boy. Another archetypal coming-of-age teen comedy from director Jim Sotos was about pubescent males at Venice Beach in Southern California attempting to lose their virginity - a rite-of-passage for these late-night guilty pleasure films from the early 80s.