Hey man, where you going?
I know where I’m going. That’s right, I’m going to Party Camp!
When I say I’m going to Party Camp, I am of course referring to the blockbuster 1987 film starring Andrew Ross as Jerry Riviera, the zany camp counselor who’s always on the lookout for a party, or the babe of his dreams! You won’t believe the summer adventures that Jerry has with loveable losers Winslow, D.A., Ferris, and the Ned-Man! They keep the jocks buried up to their armpits in hijinks!
It’s all there for you in this clip: the amateurish film editing, sub-amateurish acting, and the show-up-on-the-set-and-we’ll-think-of-some-jokes writing!
Listen to the timeless words of the movie’s beloved theme song, presumably written by Bob Dylan after having suffered some sort of blunt force head trauma:
I’m going to party camp, breaking all the rules!
Forget about your parents, have a good time!
Incidentally, Party Camp’s director, Gary Graver, went on to publish a book called Making Movies With Orson Welles, about his stint doing unpaid work for Welles in the early 1970s. No word yet on if the book details Graver’s prolific career directing adult films in the 1990s.