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The Virgin Queen of St. Francis High

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The Virgin Queen of St. Francis High
Directed byFrancesco Lucente
Produced byFrancesco Lucente
Written byFrancesco Lucente
Executive Producer:
Larry Ryckman
StarringJoseph R. Straface
Stacy Christensen
J.T. Wotton
Anna Lisa Iapaolo
Lee Barringer
Music byBrian Island
Danny Lowe
Brad Steckel
CinematographyJoseph Bitonti
Edited byFrancesco Lucente
Distributed byCrown International Pictures
Release date
  • November 6, 1987 (1987-11-06)
Running time
89 minutes

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]

She, written by Danny Lowe and Brad Steckel, and performed by Brad Steckel.

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

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