Release dateMay 1976 (1976-05) (U.S.) WriterJoseph Ruben, Joseph Ruben (story), Robert J. Rosenthal (story)
TaglineHow can anyone forget the girls who really turned us on?
The Pom Pom Girls (also known as Palisades High) is a 1976 film directed by Joseph Ruben. The screenplay was written by Ruben and based on a story by him and Robert J. Rosenthal. The movie was shot on location at Chaminade High School in Los Angeles.
"Seniors enjoying a final fling before graduation."
"It was their senior year... the last chance to raise hell!"
"How can anyone forget the girls who really turned us on?"
A football player falls for a girl who is dating another guy, while another cannot figure out which girl he likes.
The big game against rival Hardin High School is looming while a full scale prank war is underway.
The film earned $4.3 million in rentals during its initial release.
This film has been issued on Too Cool For School: 12 Movie Collection from Mill Creek Entertainment September 29, 2009 and on The Starlite Drive-In Theater: (The Pom Pom Girls / The Van ) from BCI / Eclipse September 26, 2006