The Virgin Queen of St. Francis High
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|The Virgin Queen of St. Francis High|
|Directed by||Francesco Lucente|
|Produced by||Francesco Lucente|
|Written by||Francesco Lucente|
|Starring||Joseph R. Straface|
Anna Lisa Iapaolo
|Music by||Brian Island|
|Edited by||Francesco Lucente|
|Distributed by||Crown International Pictures|
The Virgin Queen of St. Francis High is a Canadian 1987 high school comedy film directed by Francesco Lucente and starring Joseph R. Straface, Stacy Christensen, and J. T. Wotton. The plot concerns a teenage Casanova who bets his high school rival and his friends, that he can obtain the school beauty queen.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Template:Expand plot Mike is always losing to Randy, at everything. Randy goads him into a bet that he can't get Diane to "Paradise Cabins" and score with her. Mike gets as far as the cabins, where they are attacked by a bear.
When Mike doesn't have the money for Randy, they end up playing chicken to even the score.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Joseph R. Straface as Mike
- Stacy Christensen as Diane
- J.T. Wotton as Charles
- Anna Lisa Iapaolo as Judy
- Lee Barringer as Randy
- Bev Wotton as Diane's Mother
- Terrance Ballinger as D.J.
- Tara Wilder as the Waitress
- Barry Onody as the Bartender (as Barry Allen Onody)
- John Michaud
Production[edit | edit source]
Filmed on location, in Canada, at the Banff Springs Hotel and surrounding area.
Release[edit | edit source]
Tagline: “She made a promise. He made a bet. They made a dream come true.”
Soundtrack[edit | edit source]
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