Aside from some gratuitous topless scenes and a few double entendres, Gas Pump Girls is a surprisingly sweet little film about five teenage girls, their boyfriends, and a goofy motorcycle gang taking on the big bad Pyramid Petroleum Company in beautiful downtown Sacramento. The talents of old timers Huntz Hall, Joe E. Ross, and Mike Mazurki are sadly wasted, but the film manages to provide 90 minutes of relatively painless entertainment. Even the wretched original songs work in the post-Grease context of this low budget musical comedy. "Ooo wah ooh wah...ooh wah ooh wah...your mother is an ooo wah" indeed!
Gas Pump Girls (1979) 1080p YIFY Movie
Gas Pump Girls (1979) 1080p
Gas Pump Girls is a movie starring Kirsten Baker, Linda Lawrence, and Sandy Johnson. June and her friends take over a service station formerly run by her uncle. They perform every trick in the book to attract the customers.
IMDB: 4.61 Likes
- Genre: Comedy |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.64G
- Resolution: / fps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 86
- IMDB Rating: 4.6/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 63 / 81
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June and her friends take over a service station formerly run by her uncle. They perform every trick in the book to attract the customers.
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Frothy funReviewed byJohnSealVote: 4/10
How can you not love a disco teen exploitation film about five girls running a gas station - and it's a MUSICAL to boot! The songs are ridiculous and the plot is too, but it's not so predictable that there aren't a few amusing moments. I've seen bigger mainstream pictures with lots of critical acclaim that were complete crud - at least this can top the best of the worst.
This movie begins with 3 members of a local motorcycle gang known as "the Vultures" playing a trick on some high school students during their graduation. Later that night a man named "Uncle Joe" (Huntz Hall) has a mild heart attack and as a result cannot operate his local gas station because of it. Fortunately, his niece, "June" (Kirsten Baker) comes up with a plan to invite her high school friends to help run it while Uncle Joe is recovering. What none of them realize however is the extent at which a new service station across the street has ruined Uncle Joe's business. And the owner of the new gas station, "Mr. Friendly" (Dave Shelley) has no intention of allowing anybody to interfere with his profits. What Mr. Friendly doesn't count on is the ingenuity of June furthered by the Vultures when they decide to join her team. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this is the kind of grade-B film which could have only been produced in the 70's with the music, hair styles and everything else clearly standing out. Yet in spite of the obvious low-budget, extremely simple plot and poor acting, the movie itself wasn't too bad all things considered. What I found most enjoyable was that the humor was so basic and corny that it was actually funny--in a weird sort of way. Likewise, having a couple of cute young actresses like Linda Lawrence (as "Betty") along with the aforementioned Kirsten Baker certainly didn't hurt either. That said, while this film clearly isn't a good picture by any means, it wasn't that bad either and because of that I have rated it as just slightly below average.