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Three mental patients--a bad impersonator, a baseball player, and a gay fashion designer--escape their asylum and sexually assault their way into a girls' private school. The girls' education includes wrestling and karate, so the three madmen will find stern opposition they never expected.Written by
I can't imagine this film being too popular with the politically correct brigade: not only does it feature wall-to-wall nudity from a bevy of big breasted bimbos masquerading as teenagers, gratuitous lesbianism, two friends forced to beat each other senseless, numerous gusset shots, and an outrageously camp homosexual, but it also has several 'comedic' scenes of rape that end with the victims having thoroughly enjoyed the experience—something that was (quite rightly) considered a big no-no by most sane film-makers, even in the 70s, and which would probably cause today's censors an instant aneurysm if such a thing were to appear in a contemporary comedy.
Of course, it is precisely this depravity, outrageous attitude and sheer insensitivity that makes Delinquent Schoolgirls such a guilty pleasure for fans of cheap 70s exploitation and grind-house trash; it is SO wrong from start to finish that it actually it transcends bad taste, and proves to be hard to resist.
Michael Pataki, Stephen Stucker and Bob Minor play Carl Clooney, Richard 'Big Dick' Peters, and Bruce Wilson, a trio of sexual deviants on the run from the state asylum. Carl, the leader of the gang, is a comedian and impressionist who cracks jokes and mimics voices even whilst abusing his victims; Dick is an ex-baseball player with an insatiable and uncontrollable appetite for women; and Bruce is a demented gay fashion designer. After seeking refuge at a farmhouse, where they help out a harassed farmer (George 'Buck' Flower) by taking care of his nymphomaniac wife, the threesome arrive at The Oxford Corrective Institute for Young Women to continue their rampage, before finally meeting their match at the hands (and feet) of several sexy karate students.
Sleazy, puerile, and thoroughly insane, this is the kind of film that most 'regular' people would avoid like a dose of the clap, but which, for a certain kind of audience, is the kind of crazy filth that ticks all of the boxes. If you're one of the select few who appreciate such dubious fare (and I presume you are, since you're reading this), then make sure you check out this film, 'cos they sure don't make 'em like this any more.
I rate Delinquent School Girls 7.5 out of 10 for its sheer offensiveness, a score which I would have rounded up to 8 if it hadn't been for Michael Pataki's incessant impressions, which I found irritating in the extreme.
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