Private Resort (1985)

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TitlePrivate Resort
Year1985
CountryUSA
GenreComedy (Movies)
FranchisePrivate (1981 - 1985)
Run Time1h 21 min
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Private Resort is a 1985 American adventure comedy film directed by George Bowers, and written by Gordon Mitchell, Ken Segall and Alan Wenkus. The film starred the then-unknown Rob Morrow in his first film appearance, Johnny Depp in his first starring role, and Andrew Dice Clay. Private Resort was the third in a series of comic teen sex romps from producer R. Ben Efraim, each of which had the word Private in the title. The previous two films were Private Lessons and Private School.

Jack and Ben, respectively, teen buddies on the prowl for wealthy girls at a posh Miami resort where they are weekend guests. Also on the prowl is The Maestro, a skilled jewel thief pursuing the diamond necklace of society woman Amanda Rawlings. When they accidentally run afoul of the Maestro, Jack and Ben suddenly have their hands full.

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Private Resort is a 1985 American adventure comedy film directed by George Bowers, and written by Gordon Mitchell, Ken Segall and Alan Wenkus. The film starred the then-unknown Rob Morrow in his first film appearance, Johnny Depp in his first starring role, and Andrew Dice Clay. Private Resort was the third in a series of comic teen sex romps from producer R. Ben Efraim, each of which had the word Private in the title. The previous two films were Private Lessons and Private School.

Jack and Ben, respectively, teen buddies on the prowl for wealthy girls at a posh Miami resort where they are weekend guests. Also on the prowl is The Maestro, a skilled jewel thief pursuing the diamond necklace of society woman Amanda Rawlings. When they accidentally run afoul of the Maestro, Jack and Ben suddenly have their hands full.

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