The Van

1976, R, 92 min. Directed by Sam Grossman. Starring Danny DeVito, Marcie Barkin, Harry Moses, Deborah White, Stuart Goetz.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Wed., Nov. 13, 2002

Cheapo Seventies T&A about horny teenagers and a custom Chevy van.

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KEYWORDS FOR THIS FILM

The Van, Sam Grossman, Danny DeVito, Marcie Barkin, Harry Moses, Deborah White, Stuart Goetz

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