Bikini Drive-In Trailer

Bikini Drive-In Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995 Comedy 86 mins

Kim Taylor inherits her grandfather's drive-in theatre. She must raise $25,000 over one weekend or the bank will take the property from her. She also has to deal with pesky capitalist J.B. Winston. This is a fun, not politically correct movie. Written by Josh Pasnak

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Cast

Ashlie Rhey

as Kim Taylor

Richard Gabai

as Brian Winston

Michelle Bauer

as Dyanne Lynn

David F. Friedman

as J.B. Winston

Ross Hagen

as Harry

Sarah Bellomo

as Carrie

Rob Vogl

as Bobby

Nikki Fritz

as Susan

Steve Barkett

as Sheriff Bloodstone

Don Dowe

as Daryl

Hoke Howell

as Attorney

Crew

Gary Graver

Gary Graver Director of Photography

Jeffrey Walton

Original Music Composer

Victoria Till

Victoria Till Executive Producer

Jim Wynorski

Jim Wynorski Executive Producer

John Carl Buechler

John Carl Buechler Special Effects

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1995

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