Sorority Boys


1h 34m 2002

Brief Synopsis

Three playboy chauvanists, strapped for cash, find themselves drawn to one last, desperate hope for free housing: one of their campus' sororities, Delta Omicron Gamma (or D.O.G.). With a little make-up, a little pantyhose, and lots of "pluck", Dave, Adam and Doofer go undercover in the sorority hous

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2002
Production Company
Matthew Knudsen
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

Three playboy chauvanists, strapped for cash, find themselves drawn to one last, desperate hope for free housing: one of their campus' sororities, Delta Omicron Gamma (or D.O.G.). With a little make-up, a little pantyhose, and lots of "pluck", Dave, Adam and Doofer go undercover in the sorority house as Daisy, Adina and Roberta. Everything goes according to plan... until Dave falls for Leah, the alpha D.O.G. Life's a drag as the boys see firsthand how the other half lives--their history of treating women badly comes back to haunt them when they walk a mile in another's (high-heeled) shoes. Meanwhile, Dave wants to tell Leah about who he really is, but without destroying "Daisy's" relationship with the girl of his dreams. What's a boy (pretending to be a girl) to do?

Crew

Doris Alaimo

Costume Supervisor

James Ashwill

Foley Mixer

Mark Avery

Assistant Director

Michael Baber

Music Editor

George Bamber

Assistant Director

Joe Barnett

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Joe Barnett

Rerecording

Patrick J Barrry

Apprentice

Don Baskin

Song

Craig Baxley

Stunts

Khalis Bayyan

Song

Mat Beck

Visual Effects Supervisor

Nicolle Becker

Assistant

Robert Bell

Song

Ronald Bell

Song

Odin Benitez

Sound Effects Editor

Bruce Benson

Helicopter Pilot

Cia Berg

Song

Carolyn K Berger

Costumes

Kandice Billingsley

Location Assistant

David Blitstein

Special Effects Coordinator

Larry Douglas Boney

Production Assistant

Elizabeth June Bracken

Makeup Artist

Larry Brezner

Producer

Eddie Brigati

Song

Samuel H Brinson

Foreman

George Brown

Song

Randy Burke

Transportation Captain

Prince Buster

Song Performer

Cecil Campbell

Song

Kevin A Canamar

Other

Heather Cargile

Production Assistant

Erin Carufel

Stunts

Bob Casale

Sound Mixer

Gerald Casale

Song

Jeff Case

Key Grip

Felix Cavaliere

Song

Cari Chadwick

Visual Effects

Tommy Cole

Makeup

C C Colvett

Stunts

Chris Conohan

Grip

Craig Conover

Craft Service

Jennifer A Cook

Production Assistant

Greg Coolidge

Screenplay

Cris Corey

Production Assistant

John Cucci

Foley Artist

Gordon Cyrus

Song

Wendy Czajkowsky

Adr Mixer

Nat Damm

Song

Darin Dehlinger

Storyboard Artist

Stanley Demeski

Song

Ric Desilva

Song

Neil Diamond

Song

Dennis C Dicristina

Other

Mark Dobkousky

Other

Lamont Dozier

Song

Shauna Duggins

Stunts

Deborah Lynne Dunlap

Song

Sean Eden

Song

David Egerstrom

Assistant Camera Operator

Christopher D Elam

Other

John Emory

Grip

Melinda Eshelman

Costume Designer

Joseph C. Fama

Construction Coordinator

Julie Feiner

Dialogue Editor

Roger Fenton

Assistant Editor

Carolyn Ferguson

Hair Stylist

Robert Fernandez

Sound Mixer

Doug Fieger

Song

Robert Fitzgerald

Supervising Sound Editor

China Forbes

Song

China Forbes

Song Performer

Kevin Foster

Stunts

Michael Fottrell

Executive Producer

Michael Fottrell

Unit Production Manager

James Frazer

Production Assistant

David Friedman

Production Assistant

Christina Gabriel

Costumes

Nerses Gezalyan

Foley Mixer

Charlie Gigliotti

Song

Donna Gilbert

Hairdresser

Alexandra Gonzales

Sound Effects Editor

Bob Gonzalez

Song

Pierre Gonzalez

On-Set Dresser

Al Green

Song Performer

Tom Greene

Grip

Benoit Grey

Original Music

Alex Gruzdev

Rerecording

Chris Guardino

Original Music

Chris Guardino

Music Conductor

Richard Halsey

Editor

Walter Hamada

Producer

Michael Hansen

Assistant Property Master

Joanne Harris

Hair Stylist

Jenny Harrison

Casting Associate

Richard Hartley

Rigging Gaffer

Dave Harvey

Song

Justin Harwood

Song

Christine Heinz

Costumes

Michael Hilkene

Sound Editor

Brian Holland

Song

Edward Holland

Song

David Huggings

Stunts

James E Hurd

On-Set Dresser

Doug Hyun

Photography

Allan Scott Jackson

Best Boy Grip

Cheri Jacobs

Accounting Assistant

Joe Jarvis

Screenplay

Bruton Jones

Art Department

Cindy Jones

Visual Effects

Max Keane

Production Assistant

Sean Kelly

Song

Melissa Kinnicutt

Props Assistant

Scott Kirkley

Production Assistant

Kevin Kliesch

Original Music

Matthew Knudsen

Cable Operator

Jules Kovisars

Assistant Director

Bob Kretschmer

Wig Supplier

Clifford Latimer

Adr Editor

Tod Lautenberg

Assistant Editor

John Leimanis

Set Designer

Vic Leon

Song Performer

Gary Levy

Accountant

Linda Lew

Foley Recordist

Erik Liles

Digital Effects Supervisor

Luna

Song Performer

Heather Magee

Assistant

Money Mark

Song

Money Mark

Song Performer

Gail K Markley

Sound Supervisor

Dan Marrow

Transportation Coordinator

Greg Mayor

Other

Edward T. Mcavoy

Production Designer

Chris Mccracken

Assistant

Bernie Meisinger

Song Performer

Bernie Meisinger

Song

Richard A Mention

Assistant Camera Operator

Douglas Merrifield

Other

Patricia Messina

Makeup Artist

Robert Mickens

Song

Dan Miller

Assistant Editor

Dorenda Moore

Stunts

Mark Mothersbaugh

Music

Mark Mothersbaugh

Song

Caryn Lynn Mower

Stunts

Meekaaeel Muhammed

Song

Kim Naves

Music Editor

Wendy O'brien

Casting Associate

Dan O'connell

Foley Artist

Matthew H O'connor

Assistant Production Coordinator

Michael O'shea

Dp/Cinematographer

Michael O'shea

Director Of Photography

Wendy Oakes

Production Assistant

Ric Ocasek

Song

Adam Olszewski

On-Set Dresser

Ernie Orsatti

Stunt Coordinator

Noon Orsatti

Stunts

Robert S Osterman

Makeup Artist

Charlene Ostermann

Makeup Artist

James C Owens

Other

John C Owens

Best Boy

John Papsidera

Casting

Molly Pasutti

Song Performer

Dan Perri

Main Title Design

Bill Pollock

Best Boy Grip

Randall Poster

Music Editor

Randall Poster

Music Supervisor

Frederick Purdue

Grip

Jon Quittner

Song

Nicole Randall

Stunts

Kevin Reid

Stunts

Tiffany Reinhard

Accounting Assistant

Marci Rosenberg

Production Coordinator

Katie Rowe

Stunts

Bret Rubin

Key Rigging Grip

Trevor Rudolph

On-Set Dresser

Rip Russell

Accounting Assistant

Amy Ryder

Other

Candice Sabbah

Costumes

Doug Sahm

Song

Pernell L Salinas

Assistant Sound Editor

Gary Schaedler

Special Effects Foreman

Quentin Schierenberg

On-Set Dresser

Jack S Schlosser

Lighting Technician

Scott Schmidt

Adr

Catherine Schwenn-mccomb

Production Supervisor

Henrik Schyffert

Song

Chris Scurria

Dolly Grip

Gomidas Semerjian

Other

Mike Shaheen

Video Playback

Suzette Sheets

Set Decorator

Claydes Smith

Song

Don Smith

Song

Steven H Smith

Camera Operator

Trent Smith

Effects Assistant

David Spence

Dialogue Editor

Richard St Amand

Assistant Sound Editor

Penelope Staley

Makeup Artist

Ron Stanik

Assistant Editor

Dot Stovall

Art Department Coordinator

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2002
Production Company
Matthew Knudsen
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Articles

Wendie Jo Sperber (1958-2005)


Wendie Jo Sperber, the zany comic actress who had appeared on several movies and sitcoms since the late '70s, died on November 29 of breast cancer at her Sherman Oaks home. She was 47.

Born on September 18, 1958 in Hollywood, California, Sperber made an impression from the beginning when, at just 19 years of age, she was cast as Rosie Petrofsky, the hyperactive, dreamy-eyed Beatle fan who will stop at nothing to see them on their Ed Sullivan debut in the charming Robert Zemeckis' period comedy I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978). The film was a surprise smash in the Spring of '78, and she proved that her comic chops were no fluke when Stephen Spielberg cast her as a lovestruck teenager in his overblown spectacle 1941 (1979); and as a naive car buyer in Zemeckis' funny Kurt Russell outing Used Cars (1980).

As hilarious as she was in those films, Sperber earned her pop culture stripes when she played Amy Cassidy in the cult comedy series Bosom Buddies (1980-82). This strange sitcom, about two pals (Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari), who dressed in drag so they could live in an all-girls residential hotel might have had a flimsy premise - but the actors played it to the hilt. Hanks and Scolari were fine, but Sperber stole the series with her incredible physical display of pratfalls, comic sprints, splits and facial mugging. Indeed, here was one comedic performer who was not afraid to go all out for a laugh. Even after the cancellation of the show, Sperber continued to work in comedies throughout the decade: Bachelor Party (1984), Moving Violations, and in Back to the Future (both 1985).

Tragically, Sperber's career was halted in 1997 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. After a brief remission, she played a cancer survivor in a final season episode of Murphy Brown (1997-98). The warm reception she received from her appearance influenced her decision to become an active campaigner for cancer awareness and fundraising. The culmination of her humanitarian efforts resulted in 2001, when she founded weSPARK Cancer Support Center in Sherman Oaks, a nonprofit center that provides free emotional support, research information and social activities for cancer victims and their families. Despite her altruistic causes, Sperber still found time in recent years to make guest appearances on such hit television shows like Will & Grace and 8 Simple Rules...for Dating My Teenage Daughter. She is survived by a son, Preston; a daughter, Pearl; parents, Charlene and Burt; sisters, Ellice and Michelle; and a brother, Richard.

by Michael T. Toole
Wendie Jo Sperber (1958-2005)

Wendie Jo Sperber (1958-2005)

Wendie Jo Sperber, the zany comic actress who had appeared on several movies and sitcoms since the late '70s, died on November 29 of breast cancer at her Sherman Oaks home. She was 47. Born on September 18, 1958 in Hollywood, California, Sperber made an impression from the beginning when, at just 19 years of age, she was cast as Rosie Petrofsky, the hyperactive, dreamy-eyed Beatle fan who will stop at nothing to see them on their Ed Sullivan debut in the charming Robert Zemeckis' period comedy I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978). The film was a surprise smash in the Spring of '78, and she proved that her comic chops were no fluke when Stephen Spielberg cast her as a lovestruck teenager in his overblown spectacle 1941 (1979); and as a naive car buyer in Zemeckis' funny Kurt Russell outing Used Cars (1980). As hilarious as she was in those films, Sperber earned her pop culture stripes when she played Amy Cassidy in the cult comedy series Bosom Buddies (1980-82). This strange sitcom, about two pals (Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari), who dressed in drag so they could live in an all-girls residential hotel might have had a flimsy premise - but the actors played it to the hilt. Hanks and Scolari were fine, but Sperber stole the series with her incredible physical display of pratfalls, comic sprints, splits and facial mugging. Indeed, here was one comedic performer who was not afraid to go all out for a laugh. Even after the cancellation of the show, Sperber continued to work in comedies throughout the decade: Bachelor Party (1984), Moving Violations, and in Back to the Future (both 1985). Tragically, Sperber's career was halted in 1997 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. After a brief remission, she played a cancer survivor in a final season episode of Murphy Brown (1997-98). The warm reception she received from her appearance influenced her decision to become an active campaigner for cancer awareness and fundraising. The culmination of her humanitarian efforts resulted in 2001, when she founded weSPARK Cancer Support Center in Sherman Oaks, a nonprofit center that provides free emotional support, research information and social activities for cancer victims and their families. Despite her altruistic causes, Sperber still found time in recent years to make guest appearances on such hit television shows like Will & Grace and 8 Simple Rules...for Dating My Teenage Daughter. She is survived by a son, Preston; a daughter, Pearl; parents, Charlene and Burt; sisters, Ellice and Michelle; and a brother, Richard. by Michael T. Toole

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Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video October 15, 2002

Released in United States Spring March 22, 2002

Feature screenwriting debut for Greg Coolidge and Joe Jarvis.

Began shooting March 26, 2001.

Completed shooting May 24, 2001.

Released in United States Spring March 22, 2002

Released in United States on Video October 15, 2002