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Summer School (1987)

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1987
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97 min
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Summer School (1987), On Demand Movie, Comedy

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Plot: School’s out, and Ocean Front High gym teacher Freddy Shoop (Mark Harmon) has big plans: summer in Hawaii. But the school’s vice-principal has plans for Freddy, too: teaching remedial English. Aloha paradise - hello, Summer School. Director Carl Reiner (All Of Me, The Jerk) delighted fans and critics alike with this warm, perceptive comedy about a laid-back teacher (Harmon) relegated to teaching a class of likeable misfits, including a slasher-flick addict (Dean Cameron), his wacky sidekick (Gary Riley), and a sexy female surfer (Courtney Thorne-Smith) of TV’s Ally McBeal and Melrose Place). Kirstie Alley (TV’s Cheers and Veronica’s Closet) is the no-nonsense history professor down the hall who’s keeping an eye on all the shenanigans - and on the handsome, irresistible Freddy. The road to academic success has never been bumpier, but to earn straight A’s in laughter…take Summer School.
Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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