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A trio of dangerous criminals meet their match at a private school for girls in this oddball mixture of sexploitation, action and comedy. Three patients from an institution for the criminally insane make a break and escape to the outside world -- Carl Clooney (Michael Pataki), a deranged nightclub comic and mimic, Dick Peters (Bob Minor), a disgraced big-league baseball player and serial rapist, and Bruce Wilson (Stephen Stucker), an unhinged gay fashion designer. Looking for a car and a place to hide, the escapees first take over the home of a half-witted cowboy and his sex-starved wife, but they soon end up at the Oxford Corrective Institute for Young Women, a private learning facility for obstreperous teenagers operated by strict disciplinarian Mr. Baxter (John Aldeman). It's semester break and only six of the students are left behind, and the criminals think they're in for some sadistic fun with the attractive young women, but what they don't know is that self-defense is part of the Oxford curriculum, and the gals are well versed in karate. Also titled Carnal Madness, Delinquent Schoolgirls marked the screen debut of comic and actor Stephen Stucker, who enjoyed overnight success as the sharp-tongued air traffic controller in Airplane!; his career was cut short by his premature death in 1986.