Synopsis by Hal Erickson
One of the less offensive Al Adamson productions of the 1970s, Save Our Beach is an R-rated rehash of all those "Beach Party" flicks of days gone by. The beer-swilling, hormone-driven teenaged protagonists are hardly paragons of virtue, but at least they're more likable than the greedy, grasping adult characters. When the villains decide to bulldoze the beach to erect a passel of condominiums, the kids retaliate, using sex as a weapon. You've never heard of most of the cast members, though John Carradine picks up a quick paycheck as a wisecracking judge. Save Our Beach was originally released as Sunset Cove.
land, land-scheme, land-war, party, beach, development