Weekend Warriors (1986)





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This comedy is set in Hollywood in 1961, where a group of young men join the National Guard in an attempt to escape Vietnam. The men basically do nothing while on supposed weekend duty until they get a visit from the Army, which threatens to ship them out on active duty unless they shape up. Their solution is to hire a troupe of actors to portray convincing soldiers, put on a stage show to impress the Army officers, and make sure that enough winsome nurses are around to satisfy the proverbial lecherous tendencies of a certain colonel.
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Chris Lemmon
as Vince Tucker
Lloyd Bridges
as Col. Archer
Vic Tayback
as Sgt. Burdge
Daniel Greene
as McCracken
Graham Jarvis
as Congressman Balljoy
Marty Cohen
as Decola
Brian Bradley
as Cory Seacomb
Matt McCoy
as Ames
Alan Campbell
as Duckworth
Tom Villard
as Mort Seblinsky
Jeff Meyer
as Tom Dawson
Mark Taylor
as Capt. Cabot
Mark L. Taylor
as Capt. Cabot
Gail Barle
as Nurse Nancy
Camille Saviola
as Betty Beep
Jeff Calhoun
as Choreographer
M. Stephen Bottroff
as Romanian Ambassador
Brenda Strong
as Danielle
Rick Hickman
as Airman
Joe Hart
as Cop
Art Kimbro
as Izzy
Jeff Allin
as Cop in Chase
Monique Gabrielle
as Showgirl in Plane
Gretchen Gray
as Balljoy's Girl Friend
Bob Libman
as Aircraft Commander
Bruce Belland
as Svenson
Lou Tiano
as Pledge's Pilot
H. Wanda Tilson
as Mrs. Burdge
Kelly Reed
as A.P.
Gene Wood
as L.A.F.F. Speaker
Clay Wright
as Aircraft Consultant
Greg Aikens
as Smythe
Juney Smith
as Ain't
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Inane and foolish.

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