“The Cheerleaders” try to sexually exhaust the rival team, 1:02:38 and many other scenes throughout23072
Original was uploaded on 2023-09-04
A group of high school cheerleaders have sex with the opposing team’s players to make them too tired to play football properly, allowing their team to win an unprecedented series of games.
Stephanie Fondue (actual name Enid Finnbogason) as Jeannie
Denise Dillaway as Claudia
Jovita Bush as Bonnie
Sandy Evans as Suzie
Kim Stanton as Patty
Raoul Hoffnung as Novi
Jonathan Jacobs as Norm
Richard Meatwhistle as Jon
Partick Wright as Coach Gannon
Janus Blythe as Cheerleader
The film was made in the summer of 1972 in the cities of Cupertino, California and Sunnyvale, California. The high school scenes were shot at Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, California. The administration of Monta Vista high school claimed to not be aware of the racy elements and theme of the movie. Many of the football player extras were recent graduates of local high schools from these two cities. The red uniforms in the film representing the home team high school Amarosa High School were actual uniforms of Fremont High School in Sunnyvale, California from that same year. One of the identified extras is Carl Ekern, who later played professional football for the Los Angeles Rams. He was a student football player at San Jose State University when the movie was made.
The film’s success spawned a series of sequels during the 1970s. It was followed by The Swinging Cheerleaders (1974), directed by Jack Hill, Revenge of the Cheerleaders (1976) (a.k.a. Caught With Their Pants Down), directed by Richard Lerner, and The Great American Girl Robbery (1979) (a.k.a. Cheerleaders’ Wild Weekend), directed by Jeff Werner.