WriterChuck Vincent (story) Release dateSeptember 1978 CastLynn Hastings (Sissy), Jamie Jensen (Toni), Elizabeth Loredan (Monica), Gloria Upson (Cheryl), Shoshana Ascher (Honey), Malvina Golden (Sugar) Similar moviesChelsea FC - Season Review 2013/14, Chelsea FC - Double Champions! Season Review 2011/12, Chelsea FC - Season Review 2009/10, Chelsea FC - Season Review 2008/09, Chelsea FC - Season Review 2004/05, Chelsea FC - Season Review 2003/04
TaglineThey spice up the old 'Ball' game.
Cheerleaders Beach Party is a 1978 comedy film by producer/director Alex E. Goitein and writer Chuck Vincent.
It stars Elizabeth Loredan, Jamie Jenson, Lynn Hastings, and Gloria Upson as college cheerleaders out to save their team, the Rambling U. Rams.
It was released on DVD by Telavista in 2007.
Elizabeth Loredan as Monica
Jamie Jenson as Toni
Lynn Hastings as Sissy
Gloria Upson as Sheryl
Rick Gitlin as Mitch Stevens
Max Goff as Stanley Kraus
Rambling players and staff
Mark Sarro as Bill Ubell
John Williams as Lee Williams
Michael Jefferson as Jim Norris
Ray Sherry as Coach Hensen
State cheerleaders and staff
Shoshanna Asher as Honey
Cheri Southie as Ginger
Malvina Golden as Sugar
John Hart as Mr. Langley
Robert E. Miller as Coach Wilson
W.P. Dremak as Dean Higgins
Joan Sumner as Mrs. Higgins
Rambling U. cheerleaders (Monica, Toni, Sissy, and Sheryl) work together to keep State U. from stealing Rambling’s star football players.
State’s Mr. Langley — on behalf of Coach Wilson — takes the players on a trip to Bell Harbor, to convince them that State has much more to offer. (better scholarships, facilities, contacts, and a more prestigious degree)
Rambling’s Coach Hensen does not see anything he can do to stop it, given Rambling’s limited resources, so the four girls take it on themselves to do whatever is required to convince the players to stay at Rambling. 1970s-era sex-comedy high jinks ensue as the girls compete with stuck-up State cheerleaders to get their players back.
The Rambling U. cheerleaders succeed by infiltrating parties and meetings with sex, disguises and drugs. Not only do they keep their players, but they recruit State's star players, Mitch Stevens and Stanley Kraus, to boot.