Blond "Karate Kid
" badboy, William Zabka plays chief bully in the movie. Terry, dressed as a man has more than a passing resemblance to "Karate Kid
" heartthrob Ralph Macchio
. The writers acknowledge this in the script with a line that specifically mentions "The Karate Kid
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Actress Toni Hudson who played Denise is now happily remarried to Judd Mintz and both are Regional Vice Presidents for a company called ACN. She resides in Newbury Park, CA.
Several of the names used in this movie represented names important to Hollywood. For example, the High School Terry attended was Sturgess Wilder, apparently incorporating the names of Preston Sturgess and Gene Wilder
. And "Greg Tolan" appears to be a form of Greg Toland, who was for many years a Hollywood cinematographer (I believe he did Citizen Kane).
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This movie features a very young Sherilyn Fenn
as a clueless school girl in love with the male version of Joyce Hauser.
Just One Of The Guys grossed only $11.5 million in the U.S.
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This movie also spawned a sequel of sorts in the early 90's called "Just One of The Girls". This time with the main character going to high school and passing as a girl to hide from a bully.
dated Bruce Springsteen in the '80s. She has made guest appearances in the TV shows "Murder She Wrote", "The Division" & "Pacific Blue".
She also played 'Allison Gottlieb' on "L.A. Law" from 1988-1990. She also played 'Sylvia' in the film "They All Laughed" & 'Belinda' in "This is Spinal Tap
She was also one of the "iron box twins" in the 1980 movie "Hollywood Knights
Joyce Hyser also appears briefly in the beginning of "Staying Alive
". She works as a waitress in a club that Tony works in...
(Rick) made TV guest appearances in "Hill Street Blues", "T.J. Hooker", "Miami Vice", "L.A. Law", "Beverly Hills 90210", "Charmed", "Star Trek Next Generation" and "Angel".
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Clayton Rohner starred in "G vs. E" on USA Network.
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Billy Jacoby who played "Buddy" in the movie also had a role in "The Beastmaster
" from 1982 (Credited as Billy Jayne) where he played young Dar.
Billy Jacoby who plays Buddy can be seen often at the Restaurant/Bar Birds on Franklin Ave. in Hollywood. I have approached him twice telling him that his comedic timing is genius, he is very cool. He thanked me, we talked for a second and he went on his way. He drives a nice convertable 68' Camaro (I think), but he is down to earth and a class act.
Billy Jacoby (Buddy) made guest appearances in the TV shows "Hart to Hart", "The A-Team", "Tales from the Darkside", "Highway to Heaven", "The Golden Girls", "21 Jump Street" & "Charmed". He was also 'Brett' in the movie "Cujo" & 'David' in "Reckless". He also played 'Brad' in "Silver Spoons" from 1985-86 and 'Mikey' in "Parker Lewis Can't Lose".
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played 'Mitch Cooper' in "Dallas" and was in "Santa Barbara" as 'Dr. Zach Kelton'.
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Leigh McCloskey had the lead in "Hamburger: The Motion Picture," a film co-starring Dick Butkus about going to fast-food college.
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Billy Jacoby also known as Billy Jayne, who plays Buddy in the movie, was also in the 2000 film "The Crew" playing a small role as the young Tony 'The Mouth' Donato.
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played Susan Lucci's (fraud) sister Silver Kane on 'All My Children'.
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also starred as Edward Woodward's son, Scott in the popular tv series 'The Equalizer'. He was only in 6 episodes, and he plays a good guy, also you can always see his picture in Robert Macalls apartment.
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who plays megageek Willie appeared in several 80's movies including Soul Man, House 2, The Experts alongside John Travolta and Exterminator 2.
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This movie uses the same high school as "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure".
One of the scenes in this movie showing the outside of the high school is almost identical to a scene in Bill and Teds.