Ski Party

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"There's only one way to get warm!"
  • NR
  • 1965
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 5.2  (800)

Ski Party is a classic comedy film from 1965 directed by Alan Rafkin. The movie follows a group of college students who go on a skiing trip to the mountains to forget their academic stress and enjoy the winter break. The film stars Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman, and Deborah Walley, and features a supporting cast including Yvonne Craig, Robert Q. Lewis, and Aron Kincaid.

The movie begins with two rival groups of college students, the male Rat Pack and the female Eager Beavers, who are constantly in competition with each other. They end up sharing the same hotel on their winter break, but soon discover there are no males who are willing to ski with the Eager Beavers, and no females who are willing to ski with the Rat Pack. So, they come up with a plan to dress up as each other's gender and join together on the slopes.

At first, both groups are hesitant to take part in the plan, but they agree after a few convincing arguments. The Rat Pack has a real ski instructor, Beans (played by Avalon), who helps the Eager Beavers to learn to ski. The girls, on the other hand, teach the boys how to dance in a scene that is both comical and hilarious.

As the movie progresses, the Rat Pack pretends to be the Eager Beavers and vice versa. They all take part in various activities together, including skiing, dancing, and singing. However, things get complicated when each group starts to fall in love with each other - despite the gender confusion.

There are several subplots within the movie as well. One involves the two ski instructors, Beans and Freddy (played by Hickman), who are both in love with the same woman, the hotel owner's daughter (played by Walley). While Beans pursues Walley, Freddy tries to make her jealous by dating various other women. Another subplot deals with the three nerdy college friends who are left out of the Eager Beavers group and try to find their own way to enjoy the vacation.

The movie is full of music and dance numbers, including performances by Avalon, Walley, and Craig. The soundtrack includes several popular songs from the 60s, such as "Ski Party," "Take a Ride," and "I Will Take Love."

Overall, Ski Party is a light-hearted and entertaining movie that will appeal to fans of 60s comedies. It has all the elements of a classic beach party movie, but with a wintery twist. It is a fun movie to watch with friends or family and is sure to leave the audience with a smile on their face.

Ski Party is a 1965 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.2.

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    1 hr 30 min
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    5.2  (800)