Class act ; B.A.P.S (Black American Princesses)
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SummaryClass Act: Due to a clerical error in their high school records, a straight-A student and a juvenile delinquent must switch identities in order to graduate
B.A.P.S.: Nesi and Mickey are two waitresses at a crossroads. Underpaid and unappreciated, they dream of owning a combination restaurant/hair salon. There's a problem: they're broke. So when the chance to audition as dance girls for a music video pops up, the girls head to L.A. They fail to get the part, but Nesi lands in the most improbable role of all, impersonating the granddaughter of an ailing billionaires long-lost love for $10,000 and full use of his Beverly Hills estate.
High school students
Juvenile delinquents -- Drama.
Teenage boys -- Drama.
Waitresses -- Drama.
Impersonation -- Drama.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Burbank, CA :2017
|Edition||Widescreen and Full Screen.|
|Other Titles|| B.A.P.s. :
Black American Princesses
Townsend, Robert, 1957- film director.
Thomas, Maynell, film producer.
Black, Todd, film producer.
Reid, Christopher, 1964- actor.
Martin, Christopher, 1962- actor.
Brown, Andre Rosey, 1956-2006, actor.
Clarke, Stanley, composer.
Bailey, Troy, 1964- screenwriter.
Jones, Loretha C., film producer.
Burg, Mark, film producer.
Friedlob, Cynthia, screenwriter.
Semper, John, Jr., screenwriter.
Berry, Halle, actor.
Landau, Martin, 1928-2017, actor.
Richardson, Ian, 1934-2007, actor.
Desselle, Natalie, actor.
New Line Cinema Corporation, prsenter.
Island Pictures, production company.
New Line Home Video (Firm), presenter.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, publisher.
Class Act: Christopher Reid, Christopher Martin, Andre Rosey Brown
B.A.P.S. : Halle Berry, Martin Landau, Ian Richardson, Natalie Desselle.
Class Act: Produced by Todd Black, Maynell Thomas ; written by John Semper, Cynthia Friedlob ; directed by Randall Miller.
B.A.P.S. : New Line Cinema presents an Island Pictures production ; a Robert Townsend film; director, Robert Townsend ; producers, Mark Burg, Loretha C. Jones ; screenwriter Troy Beyer ; music, Stanley Clarke.
Class Act originally released as a motion picture in 1992.
B.A.P.S. originally released as a motion picture in 1997.
DVD, region 1, widescreen and full screen presentations; Dolby Digital.
1 videodisc (approximately 98 min.; 90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.