The Swinging Cheerleaders (H.O.T.S. II) (2000)

The Swinging Cheerleaders (H.O.T.S. II)

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Forget martinis and Austin Powers. This documentary is an unflinching portrait of the realities of "swinging," and it's not exactly a shaggadelic picture. The swingers we meet are older, often lonely people looking to break out of their conventional lives by adopting "the lifestyle." Birds and bees may not do it, but we learn that monkeys do -- as well as 3 million Americans.

Rating: R
Genre: Documentary, Drama, Action & Adventure, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Jack Hill, David Kidd
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On DVD: Mar 20, 2001
Runtime:

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This movie is missed named. All the swinging takes place off camera. There are a lot of scenes of topless cheerleaders but that's all. It's enough to get an R rating. I saw this movie at the old Campus Theater at the Campus Corner in Stillwater, Oklahoma when I was a freshman at Oklahoma State. It was across the street from the OSU fire station. Hideaway Pizza has expanded into the location now. It was a run down theater when I was a freshman. The plot of the movie has a lot of holes. It was partially based on the point shaving scandal in College Basketball in the 1950's. You can shave points in basketball but there's not enough scoring in football to shave points without losing games. In the movie the head coach and a booster and a professor was behind the point shaving. That would never happen. Head coaches are paid millions of dollars even in the 1970's. And any coach with a chance to have a perfect season would be set for life. He could get paid any salary he asked for. In the 1950's it was the basketball players taking the bribes because the players weren't paid. Also in the movie the coach and booster were placing bets. Any coach that placed bets on his own team would be run out of the coaching profession. Also the gangsters running the illegal gambling would probably kill anyone that scammed that much money from them. The color of the cheerleading outfits was based on the University of Oregon. They had some stock footage of some Oregon football games and used them in the movie. It's funny to look at it now because Oregon is now known for changing uniforms every week and no longer use the old fashion uniforms that you see in this movie.

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