Spring Break (film)

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Spring Break is a 1983 American comedy film directed and produced by Sean S. Cunningham and starring David Knell and Perry Lang.wikipedia
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Perry Lang

Spring Break is a 1983 American comedy film directed and produced by Sean S. Cunningham and starring David Knell and Perry Lang. Two nerds, Nelson (David Knell) and Adam (Perry Lang), are looking forward to their first spring break and book a room at an inexpensive hotel called the Breeze and Seas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
He also appeared in 1941 (1979), The Big Red One (1980), The Hearse (1980), Cattle Annie and Little Britches (1981), Body and Soul (1981), Tag: The Assassination Game (1982), O'Hara's Wife (1982), Spring Break (1983), Sahara (1983), Jocks (1987) and Jennifer 8 (1992).

Donald Symington

Nelson's step-father, Ernest (Donald Symington), is running for political office.
He appeared in such movies and television shows as Annie Hall (as Annie Hall's father), Spring Break, and Fantasy Island.

Tammy Lynn Leppert

The cast also includes Tammy Lynn Leppert in an uncredited bit part as a participant in a boxing match.
Before that, among other minor roles, she played a participant in a boxing match in the teen movie Spring Break.

Jayne Modean

Nelson meets a girl named Susie (Jayne Modean) and accompanies her back to her hotel.
She appeared in several feature films, including Spring Break (1983) and House II: The Second Story (1987), and a number of TV shows, including Cheers, Full House, Trauma Center (1983), Street Hawk (pilot episode), and The Fall Guy.

Sean S. Cunningham

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Spring Break is a 1983 American comedy film directed and produced by Sean S. Cunningham and starring David Knell and Perry Lang.
Spring Break (1983)

Paul Land

They meet cool guys Stu (Paul Land) and O.T. (Steve Bassett) from Brooklyn, New York, when the four of them are accidentally booked into the same room.
Paul Calandrillo (January 31, 1956 in Hoboken, New Jersey – December 30, 2007), better known as Paul Land, was an American actor who appeared in the movies Spring Break and The Idolmaker. He left acting in the early 1990s to start his own successful construction business in New Jersey under his real name Paul Calandrillo.

Jeff Garlin

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Jeff Garlin as Gut Gut
Nine years after making an uncredited début as Gut Gut in Spring Break (1983), Garlin earned his first film credit in 1992, in Dolly Parton's comedy Straight Talk.

Richard B. Shull

Amidst the partying, a man named Eddie (Richard B. Shull) is trying to shut down the hotel with the aim of then buying it himself.

Corinne Alphen

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Corinne Wahl as Joan
Roger Ebert's review of the 1983 teen film Spring Break praised her appearance, and regretted that hers was not the film's main role.

Gerard McMahon

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2) "One of These Days" by Gerald McMahon (Gerard McMahon)
During the '80s, McMahon wrote songs for such films as Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Spring Break, All the Right Moves, The Lonely Guy, Grandview, USA and Hardbodies, among others.

Max Carl

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3) "True Lovin' Woman" by Jack Mack and the Heart Attack
Films such as Spring Break (1983), Police Academy (1984), Grandview, U.S.A. (1984), Tuff Turf (1985), and Doin' Time (1985) include his compositions.

Comedy film

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Spring Break is a 1983 American comedy film directed and produced by Sean S. Cunningham and starring David Knell and Perry Lang.

Spring break

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Two nerds, Nelson (David Knell) and Adam (Perry Lang), are looking forward to their first spring break and book a room at an inexpensive hotel called the Breeze and Seas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Two nerds, Nelson (David Knell) and Adam (Perry Lang), are looking forward to their first spring break and book a room at an inexpensive hotel called the Breeze and Seas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Brooklyn

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They meet cool guys Stu (Paul Land) and O.T. (Steve Bassett) from Brooklyn, New York, when the four of them are accidentally booked into the same room.

Wet T-shirt contest

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One night, the four guys go to a bar holding a wet T-shirt contest.

Bit part

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The cast also includes Tammy Lynn Leppert in an uncredited bit part as a participant in a boxing match.

Cocoa Beach, Florida

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Leppert disappeared at the age of 18 from Cocoa Beach, Florida, on July 6, 1983, under mysterious circumstances and has not been seen since.

Warner Bros.

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The soundtrack for the film was issued on vinyl LP and released by Warner Brothers.

A-side and B-side

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The film's theme song and title track "Spring Break" by Cheap Trick was released as a single with the B-side "Get Ready".

38 Special (band)

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"Caught Up in You" by 38 Special is featured in the movie, but does not appear on the soundtrack.