Spring Fever (1982 Film)
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Spring Fever 1982 Film
Spring Fever
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Theatrical release poster. Roger Ebert wrote that the film "does not show anybody even slightly resembling any of the three people in the ad. Nor does it have a scene in which two girls and a boy mess around at the beach."[1]
Directed byJoseph L. Scanlan
Produced byJohn F. Bassett
Screenplay byStuart Gillard
Starring
Music byFred Mollin
CinematographyDonald Wilder
Edited byKirk Jones
Production
company
Release date
  • December 30, 1982 (1982-12-30) (Canada)
  • January 14, 1983 (1983-01-14) (United States)
Running time
95 minutes
Country
  • United States
  • Canada
LanguageEnglish

Spring Fever is a 1982 film directed by Joseph L. Scanlan, set in the world of competitive tennis.[2] It was produced by Amulet Pictures with the participation of the Canadian Film Development Corporation and Famous Players Limited.

The film follows a Las Vegas teen (Carling Bassett) as she participates in the National Junior Tennis Championship in Tampa, Florida with her showgirl mother (Susan Anton).

Premise

Stevie Castle is a Las Vegas showgirl whose teen daughter K.C. demonstrates a promising aptitude for tennis. But when K.C. enters a local tournament, she encounters hostility and snobbery from the tennis crowd due to her mother's profession.

Cast

Soundtrack

  1. "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" (Eddie Schwartz) - Pat Benatar
  2. "The Long Arm" (Freddy Moore) - The Nu Kats
  3. "Turn Me Loose" (Paul Dean - Mike Reno) - Loverboy
  4. "Just One Chance To Be Free" (Fred Mollin) - Taffy McElroy
  5. "Do It All Night" (Paul Sabu) - Barbara Law
  6. "Easy Lover" (Fred Mollin) - Susan Anton
  7. "Shake Your Bait" (Paul Sabu - Harry Hinde) - Barbara Law

Reaction

References

  1. ^ a b Spring Fever by Roger Ebert, 17 March 1983
  2. ^ Maslin, Janet (January 15, 1983). "The Last American Virgin (1982) FROLICS IN FLORIDA AND OTHER ANTICS". The New York Times.

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