WHAT BOYS? WHAT GIRLS? WHAT BREEZE?
Miami Herald, The (FL) - July 9, 1982
Author: GEOFFREY TOMB Herald Columnist
Remember Frankie, Annette, the Fab Fifties and those films about where the boys are? Well, they are back.
A new film, Spring Break, is being filmed along "The Strip" in Fort Lauderdale. Except there is a problem. This is July. Spring break has sprung. No one seems to know where the boys, or the girls, are.
"We need hundreds of extras," says Steve Zeller, publicist for the movie.
Imagine that. They do a $5-million movie and come to Florida in the off-season.
If you would like to take part in the film, it’s hot and boring but you do get a free lunch (no cash, however), show up at 11 a.m. today at the Marlin Beach Hotel, 17 South Atlantic Blvd.
Zeller suggests you wear T-shirts and bathing suits. Naturally. The film has few recognizable stars. The director is Sean S. Cunningham, who did the original Friday the 13th. Lead actors are David Knell, Perry Lang, who appeared in 1941, Paul Land and Steve Bassett.