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Wildcats

The movie poster for Wildcats.
Directed by Michael Ritchie
Produced by Anthea Sylbert
Written by Ezra Sacks
Starring Goldie Hawn
Jan Hooks
Swoosie Kurtz
LL Cool J
Wesley Snipes
Woody Harrelson
Music by James Newton Howard
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) February 14, 1986
Running time 106 min.
Language English

Wildcats is a 1986 motion picture starring Goldie Hawn and costarring Jan Hooks and Swoosie Kurtz. It also features LL Cool J and is the first film to feature Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson. They also appeared together in White Men Can't Jump and Money Train.

Synopsis

Molly McGrath (Goldie Hawn), is the daughter of a famed football coach who's dying to head her own team. When her wish is finally granted, Molly leaves her job coaching girl's track at an affluent High School (Prescott High School) to take over a football team at an inner-city high school (Central High School)--the kind of place where guard dogs are needed to patrol the campus. At first the new coach’s idealism and optimism are suffocated with racial and gender prejudice, but eventually her overriding spirit begins to whip her unruly team into shape. At the same time, she must also struggle to win a battle for the custody of her two young daughters. The real test for Molly comes when her Central High team faces Prescott in the city championship.

Filming

Wildcats used Lane Technical College Prep High School football stadium for some of their shots.

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