Meatballs Part II

Overview

There have been almost enough Meatballs to make a plate of spaghetti, but this entry about a decisive boxing match between two youth camps is basically inedible without Bill Murray to add the necessary zest, as he did in the original Meatballs. "The Flash" John Mengatti is out on probation but has to serve time at Camp Sasquatch as a counselor-in-training ! as a part of the probation terms. There, he meets the super-innocent Cheryl Kim Richards, adding interest to his job, but none of the characters in Camp ...
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Overview

There have been almost enough Meatballs to make a plate of spaghetti, but this entry about a decisive boxing match between two youth camps is basically inedible without Bill Murray to add the necessary zest, as he did in the original Meatballs. "The Flash" John Mengatti is out on probation but has to serve time at Camp Sasquatch as a counselor-in-training ! as a part of the probation terms. There, he meets the super-innocent Cheryl Kim Richards, adding interest to his job, but none of the characters in Camp Sasquatch or its rival Camp Patton add much interest to the film. Hershey Hamilton Camp is the one-dimensional fascist who runs the militaristic Camp Patton and sure enough, his aide-de-camp is a closet gay John Larroquette. Paul Reubens of Pee Wee Herman fame is a minor player, Richard Mulligan is Giddy an apt name for his character and when these oddballs are combined with a strange- looking alien and the final boxing match that will save Camp Sasquatch if only The Flash can win, the pastiche is somewhat hard to digest.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/23/2010
  • UPC: 043396368484
  • Original Release: 1984
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures Home
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,121

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Archie Hahn Jamie
John Mengatti Flash
Tammy Taylor Nancy
Kim Richards Cheryl
Ralph Seymour Eddie
Richard Mulligan Giddy
Hamilton Camp Hershey
John Larroquette Foxglove, Meathead
Paul Reubens Albert
Bojesse Christopher Wes
Johnny Cocktails Victor
Sarah Douglas Monica
Trevor J. Edmond Howie
Corey Feldman Ricky Wade
Paige French Jennifer
John Mendoza Dick
Bentley Mitchum Kyle
Jack Nance Neil Peterson
Christy Thom Hillary
Deborah Tucker Kelly
Nick Ryan Cop
David Hollander Tommy
Misty Rowe Fanny
Vivi Lorre Tula
Joanne Giudici Sally
Elayne Boosler Mother
Nancy Glass Daughter
Michael Morrison Debbie Father
Tim Bartell Damian
Chad Sheets Ted
Scott Nemes Butterball
Jason Hervey Steve
Felix Silla Meathead
Vic Dunlop Rene
Joe Nipote Boomer
Joaquin Martinez Indian Chief
Blackie Dammett Palladin
Donald Gibb Mad Dog
Technical Credits
Ken Wiederhorn Director
Lisa Barsamian Executive Producer, Producer
George Berndt Editor
Tony Bishop Producer
Robert P. Cohen Asst. Director
Peg Cummings Art Director, Set Decoration/Design
Ken Harrison Score Composer, Songwriter
Martin Kitrosser Original Story
Louis Mann Set Decoration/Design
Donald M. Morgan Cinematographer
James Newport Production Designer
Barry Nolan Special Effects
Bruce Franklin Singer Screenwriter
Carol Watson Original Story, Screenwriter
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