King Frat

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  • R
  • 1979
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 4.3  (671)

King Frat is a 1979 comedy film about a group of fraternity brothers who attend a fictional university called Faber College. The film is directed by Ken Wiederhorn and stars John DiSanti, Charles Pitt, and Roy Sekoff. The film follows the adventures of the Delta Chi fraternity, one of the most notorious fraternities on campus. The members of Delta Chi are infamous for their outrageous behavior and their constant partying. The fraternity's leader, the titular King Frat, is a man named Gary, played by John DiSanti.

Gary is a charismatic and boisterous character who rules over his fraternity with an iron fist. He is the driving force behind most of the fraternity's antics, and he constantly pushes his fellow frat brothers to go further and be even more outrageous than before.

Throughout the film, we follow Gary and the rest of Delta Chi as they engage in all sorts of wild and crazy activities. They throw massive parties, they prank other fraternities and sororities, and they even engage in car chases and high-speed boat races.

Along the way, Gary and his fraternity brothers get into all sorts of trouble. They run afoul of the university administration, they get into fights with other fraternities, and they even wind up in jail at one point.

Despite all of the chaos and mayhem, however, the members of Delta Chi remain loyal to each other, and they are always there to support one another when things get tough.

One of the most notable aspects of King Frat is its emphasis on physical comedy. The film is full of slapstick and sight gags, and there are plenty of scenes that will make audiences laugh out loud.

The film also features a number of memorable characters, in addition to Gary and the rest of the Delta Chi fraternity. There are a number of colorful supporting characters, including members of other fraternities, sorority girls, and even a group of motorcycle gang members who wind up crossing paths with the Delta Chis.

Despite its juvenile humor and often crude antics, King Frat does have a certain amount of charm. The film has a timeless quality to it, and it is easy to see why it has become a cult classic among fans of raunchy comedies.

Overall, King Frat is a fun and silly movie that is sure to appeal to fans of 1970s comedies. It may not be for everyone, but those who are willing to embrace its outrageous humor are sure to have a good time.

King Frat is a 1979 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.3.

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    1 hr 28 min
  • IMDB Rating
    4.3  (671)