The Vals Trailer

The Vals Trailer (1982)

"Something Totally Awesome Is Going Down!" 01 November 1982 99 mins

Sam, Trish, Beth, and Annie are four Valley Girls bored with shopping and frat parties. They come across kind Mr. Stanton, who is running a home for orphaned boys. Mr. Stanton and his charges are in danger of being evicted from their home if they don't come up with the rent money that is due, and one of the boys has taken to selling drugs for a couple of sleazy dealers. When Trish's prized "TUBUL R" Mercedes convertible is lost in a bet in which their Beverly Hills rivals have cheated, mayhem ensues as the Vals, with the help of their frat boy boyfriends, save Mr. Stanton and his boys from being evicted, give the drug dealers their just desserts, and exact revenge on the Beverly Hills brats in a rematch.

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Cast

Chuck Connors

as Trish's Father

Sonny Bono

as Spaced Out Musician

John Carradine

as Mr. Stanton (Head of the Orphanage)

Tiffany Bolling

as Sam's Mother (Valley Attorney)

International Releases Dates

United States 01 November 1982

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