Set in the Venice, Los Angeles, California area at the height of the roller skating fad, the film tells the story of Terry (Linda Blair), a classical musician, who meets fast-talking roller skater Bobby James (Jim Bray) and they band together to keep their roller-disco open. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Teen lovers Bobby and Terry band together with other roller skaters to try and prevent a powerful mobster taking over the land their favourite skating rink sits on, and compete in the Boogie Contest.
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