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Los Feliz 3 | Q&A with filmmaker Jonathan Kaplan and screenwriter Danny Opatoshu.
The 70s Cinema of Jonathan Kaplan: A Cinematic Void Tribute
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Home / Now Showing / Cinematic Void Presents THE STUDENT TEACHERS
Following the success of NIGHT CALL NURSES, Jonathan Kaplan traded in nurses for teachers in what Roger Corman proclaimed was one of the best of New World Pictures’ Sexploitation cycle. Three high teachers use unconventional methods to motivate their students, all the while there is a mad rapist lurking on campus. Keep your eyes peeled for Chuck Norris in one of his earliest roles.
35mm print courtesy of the Jon Davison, Julie and Roger Corman, Jonathan Kaplan, and Academy Film Archive Collection.
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