Gas Pump Girls
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A group of lusty and busty girls take over the operations of a garage when the proprietor falls sick. To stay ahead of the competition from across the road they use all their feminine wiles. The sexy superintendents give new meaning to the word 'full se
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The director and writer try to blend 1959 with 1979 and it really does not work. The Vultures are local bikers who spend most of their time challenging the nice kids, recent High School graduates. They all get together when challenged by the neighboring Gas Station, owned by a decidedly unscrupulous guy, who manages to constantly screw a nice old guy, Huntz Hall, uncle of Kristen Baker. She takes over his job when he can't take the pressure any more.
Kristen recalls that at the Graduation, a prankster tore up the robes of some of the girls and ...the Graduation finale was a strip show! So why not get that kind of attention...from old and new patrons?
A lot of songs, but 3-4 are pretty good...but there are too many. If a couple had been cut, we would have a tighter, better film. We get Brando-looking bikers disco-ing with Cheryl Tiegs-looking station attendants and we keep hoping for that one stretch which can make us say, "cult film". Sadly, it just falls short.
Filmed in Orange County, California, we don't get much of that atmosphere.
Having said all that, this picture may not have cohesiveness, but it has alot of heart. Kristen is very appealing; other good performances are by Ken Lerner (as "Vulture" PeeWee) and Leslie King as "[Plain] Jane". And if you love hot pants and muscle cars...and the Bowery Boys, it is a must!
(Film quality is okay with me).
There's also slapstick as young men take turns squirting each other with automobile fluids, and whacking two old men with boards.
Excellent burlesque entertainment!
I live near where this was filmed (even work across the street from the place that serves as the gas company headquarters!) The old gas station still exists but is now a California Recycling Center; the nicer Chevron/Pyramid station was torn down and paved over a long time ago, it's now just an extension of the parking lot! Keep your eyes open for a brief shot of beautiful Del Paso Boulevard, followed by a geographical error as the motorcycle gang rides up the wrong street.
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