Summer Camp Nightmare (1987)

Director
Bert L. Dragin

Main cast
Chuck Conners; Charlie Stratton; Adam Carl; Tom Fridley; Melissa Reeves

Genres
Thriller, Drama

Description
At Camp North Pines for Boys, the campers, led by the charismatic Franklin Reilly, stage a revolt against the strick owner, Mr. Warren, and lock him and the rest of the councelers up and take over the camp for themselves. But the revol soon spirals out of control as the boys also lead a takeover of the nearby girls camp as well. Then, Mr. Warren is accidently killed trying to escape. And, soon friction happens between the two boys and girls camps, which only one camper, a certain Donald Poultry, tries to get the word out and unseat Franklin as the leader.


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