Good Girls Of Godiva High (1979)

Director: Jim Clark
Starring: Kitsy Storme, Mae East, Danielle, Daffney Twins, Robin Sane, Merle Michaels, Susan DeAngelis, Davida Monroe, Alice Amber, Maria Lopez, Rose Reyes, L.A. Johnson, Robert Bolla, Bob Priestly, Joe Kane, Peter Morrison, Rob Martin, Ron Jersey, Herschel Savage, Denise Sloan, Diane Sloan.
The ‘Good Girls of Godiva High’ opens up the girls gymnasium when we are introduced to the loveliest set of young ladies any modern high school could produce. And then of course we are introduced to the problems inherent in any modern education. While scanning through ‘Playgirl’ educating their minds, our young heroines are discussing the possibility of doing away with the normal Glenn Miller type band and instituting a new tradition at Godiva High; a conservative, well mannered and discreet ‘Disco Party’. But how to convince Miss Lena, the headmistress, played by Susan De Angelis? Through one of the boys at the local boys school, naturally, who just happens to be her gardener.
From this point, our film departs from any known convention. Our handyman-janitor, Charlie, played by Richard Bolla, turns out to be campus psychologist and sexoligist, and Chief Advisor. So with a little coaxing, Charlie advises the girls of one of Miss Lena’s weaknesses, namely the boyfriend of one of our girls who is part time gardener for Miss Lena played by Jake Stewart. He ‘convinces’ her that in this day age Glenn Miller should be certainly be laid to rest.
From that point on, our heroine Kitsy, played by Kitsy Storme, directs her girls in the fine art of extricating what is needed from the men and boys in and around Midvale to make this ‘Graduation Disco Party’ one of the hottest memories of these young girls’ lives.
You will long remember the performances by Danielle and Daffney as they wear down super-stud tan played by Bob Presley , sticker owner of the fabulous Club 52, hottest disco in the city. Another newcomer, Robin Sane, plays Angel to the ‘hilt’, as she is ravaged and ravaged DJ Stevie Rubela, played by veteran Bill Barry.

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