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Jeannie, a teenage girl attending Amorosa High, joins the school cheerleading squad as a means of finally attaining the success and social independence that was out of reach in the strict household her parents maintain. The liberated attitude of her new friends becomes all the more evident when they come up with a plan to help the football team win the big game by kidnapping and raping everyone on the opposing team until they’re too tired to even take the field.

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Quite clearly the lynchpin between the innuendo-laden Beach Party movies of the 60’s and the tits-out teensploitation wave of the 70’s and 80’s, The Cheerleaders manages to be wide-eyed innocent and balls-out raunchy at the same time, a neat trick that quickly became the blueprint for the genre.
Inspired by the runaway success of 1970’s 3D soft-porn spectacular The Stewardesses, director Glickler figured another uniform-themed T&A flick would make a bundle, and after watching a crew of mini-skirted majorettes strut their stuff at a parade, the idea of sexed-up high school cheerleaders hit him like a proverbial ton o’ bricks. His initial attempts to get the film off the ground were met with skepticism and/or hostility – we are, after all, talking about the sex lives of teenagers – but once drive-in distribution legend Jerry Gross (I Drink Your Blood/I Eat Your Skin) got involved, Glickler’s loony idea became reality. It was a non-union gig cast with pseudonymous non-actors and first-timers – even the film’s writer, “Ace Bandage”, was a mystery man – but somehow, all the parts fit perfectly together. It was released regionally in the spring of 1972, and by the fall, it was number one in the country. Never underestimate the wondrous, hypnotic powers of high school cheerleaders.

Cast and Crew:

Director: Paul Glickler
Production Company: W
Date Release: 1973
Audio & Video: Mono – Color

Stephanie FondueDenise DillawayJovita Bush


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The Cheerleaders in IMDB | The Cheerleaders in Wikipedia

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