Ever the health and exercise fan, Wendy O. Williams, lived a clean life, which she sadly ended at the age of 49. Having dropped out of the punk scene to become a veternarian in the Northeast didn't suit her, so she killed herself with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Ida Lupino, who did many of these types of movies in the 50s, was suggested for the role of Edna, but executives at New World had no idea who she was.
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(Knockz) went on to co-star in "Cant Buy Me Love" with Patrick Dempsey.
This was Williams' only major film role, although she appeared in the 1990 movie "Pucker Up And Bark Like A Dog", did guest shots on "MacGyver" and "The New Adventures Of Beans Baxter" and can purportedly be seen in a film clip in "Down & Out In Beverly Hills".
was reportedly so scarred by the experiences she had in making this movie that she retreated behind the camera when the 90s started. She wrote for Steven Spielberg's "Tiny Toon Adventures" and "Animaniacs", and co-wrote the films "Casper" and "My Favorite Martian". She also gained Disney immortality as the body model for Ariel from "The Little Mermaid" and Belle from "Beauty & The Beast".
Stoner wasn't the only person connected to Steven Spielberg
to be involved with this movie. Linda Carol
(Jenny) would play a nurse in 1998's "Saving Private Ryan", and believe it or not, Spielberg's frequent co-producer Kathleen Kennedy
was the associate producer on this movie (going under the name Kathy Lee Kennedy).
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Scriptwriter Daniel Arthur Wray can be seen as Dr. Fisher.
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The great Pat Ast also played in Andy Warhol's film "Heat", she passed away on 3/10/2001.
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In the movie "Lost Boys
", the scene where Corey Haim is in his bedroom, you can see the movie poster for "Reform School Girls" behind him.