A high-school reunion held at a hotel serves as an excuse for some alumni to resume old relationships and start new ones–sometimes with several people at once.
“I’ve been in too many bathrooms lately. How many bathrooms have you been in lately alone?” Yes folks, what we have here is a soft-core fuck flick by Stephan Apostolof (A.C. Stephen) with a script by everyone’s favorite cross-dresser Edward D. Wood, Jr. A sequel to 1968’s College Girls, this is basically wall to wall sex punctuated with Ed Wood dialog (Rene: “I couldn’t sleep. You got a drink?” Mindy: “Doesn’t every room?” Go, Ed, go!). Marsha Jordan receives an invitation to the reunion (class of ’69) at the beginning, but must have had other plans as she’s nowhere to be found for the rest of the movie. But Sandi Carey (“I’m always ready, willing and-I hate to use the word ‘able’, but for lack of a better word-able.”), Rene Bond, Ric Lutze (as the cover correctly notes, looking like Howdy Doody), Forman Shane (“We don’t turn in, we turn on!”) and Terri Johnson all make it . There’s group sex, hetero scenes, a lesbo scene and a homo scene; all this plus footage from an anti-Vietnam rally and a special appearance by the boom mic. “It’s the end of the year and you’re so beautiful, you’re so beautiful and life is so wonderful. Maybe that’s the reason…the only reason…well…there’ll always be another class reunion.” Yup.