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Hot Dog: The Movie

Rating:R
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1984
Running time:96 minutes
Cast:John Patrick Reger, Patrick Houser, Tracy Smith, David Naughton, Shannon Tweed
Director:Peter Markle
Producer:Edward S. Feldman
Writer:Mike Marvin
Distributor:MGM

Description: The action in this run-of-the-mill teen comedy in not as much on the slopes as between the sheets, or on the way to the sheets, as Harkin (Patrick Houser) picks up a hitchhiker (Tracy N. Smith) heading to a Lake Tahoe ski resort. Once there, Harkin joins up with a party-loving group of skiers led by Dan (David Naughton), a New Yorker. When the mix of young men and women are not shaking down into couples, attention focuses on the competition with the world ski champ Rudi Garmischt (John Patrick Reger) -- eventually leading to a spectacular sequence of skiing artistry down the snowy slopes, a tour-de-force that rivals scenes from the Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me.~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide

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