Oceanfront High School student Ponce de Leon Harper is obsessed with sex. Fortunately, he meets lots of girls. Unfortunately, they all end up dead. Top cast includes Rock Hudson, Angie Dickinson and Telly Savalas as a savvy homicide cop.
At a typical Southern California high school a rash of murders of cute campus co-eds threatens to get in the way of a football game. Hudson stars as a lecherous instructor in this satire written and produced by Gene Roddenberry from Francis Pollini's novel.
Someone is killing the nubile students of an otherwise picture-perfect high school. A cynical detective visits the building to find out who's committing the murders. He and his dim partner interrogate the students and staff, including a fidgety principal. They also encounter two faculty members -- slutty guidance counselor Tiger and horny teacher Miss Smith -- who have been saving "personal time" for their students. Meanwhile, Miss Smith discovers she has in her class a shy teen afraid of his burgeoning manhood. So she plans to keep him after class to help him overcome his timidity.
Black Comedy | Campus Life | Murder | Mystery | Racy | Theatrical Release | Thriller
"Pretty Maids All in a Row" is French director Roger Vadim's ("Barbarella") American debut.
Actor James Doohan starred as Scotty in producer-screenwriter Gene Roddenberry's classic TV series, "Star Trek."
Additional credit: Francis Pollini (source writer: from novel).
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