Wish Me Luck  

Oak Valley Junior College has Cheerleaders, Jocks, Nerds, and a Genie!

Wish Me Luck (1995)

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When a beautiful genie (AVALON ANDERS) accepts an evil sorcerer’s challenge, she has 48 hours to break a terrible curse. She must help a mortal nerd attain his “manhood,” or she will be doomed to a thousand years as the sorcerer’s slave. All without the help of her magic! What happens next is a hilarious romp through Oak Valley Junior College, as “Jeannie” enlists the help of three beautiful cheerleaders, and battles a trio of nasty jocks, to break the curse before the clock runs out. “Jeannie’s” journey takes her through astronomy class, cheerleading try-outs, and a provocative lingerie party. WISH ME LUCK is a sexy comedy with warmth, laughs and most of all….magic!

Director: Philip J. Jones

Release Date: 1995-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31
Production Company : Mars Production Corporation
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1995-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31

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Avalon Anders
as Jeannie
Zen Gesner
as Henry Krinkle
Christine Harte
as Rachael
Stephanie Champlin
as Stephanie
Raymond Storti
as Randy
David Sobel
as Eddie
Bethenny Frankel
as Bridgett
Adam Rocke
as Phil
Alex Cohen
as Dwight
David Jean Thomas
as Dr. Riddle
Tom Kane
as Slag
Gloria Pryor
as Tierra
Lorissa McComas
as Heather
Nicole Gian
as Dream Girl (as Joli Piccolini)
April Breneman
as Joyce


Directing Philip J. Jones Director
Writing Philip J. Jones Writer

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