Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Stuckey's Last Stand is a limp, juvenile comedy about one day in a summer camp for young children. Along with chief counselor Stuckey (Ray Anzalone) are others who are equally inept. Duke (Richard Cosentino) dresses up with a military flair and considers his charges from that perspective. Marianne (Marilyn Terschluse) dresses down in bathing suits and her charges consider her from that perspective. Everything ends up without a loss of life, but Whit (Whit Reichert), another inadequate counselor, has to see a psychiatrist after the day is finished. The story is told in flashbacks during his session.
camp, child, coming-of-age, counselor, romance, summer-camp