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Call Her Mom (1972)

Not Rated | | Comedy | TV Movie 15 February 1972
A sexy waitress becomes the house mother in a fraternity house.


Jerry Paris


Gail Parent, Kenny Solms (as Ken Solms)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Connie Stevens ... Angie Bianco
Thelma Carpenter Thelma Carpenter ... Ida
John David Carson ... Woody Guiness III
Gloria DeHaven ... Helen Hardgrove
Mike Evans ... Wilson (as Mike Jonas Evans)
Jim Hutton ... Prof. Jonathan Calder
Van Johnson ... President Chester Hardgrove
Corbett Monica ... Bruno
Charles Nelson Reilly ... Dean Walden
William Tepper ... Roscoe
Steve Vinovich ... Randall Feigelbaum (as Stephen Vinovich)
Alfie Wise Alfie Wise ... Jeremy
Herbert Rudley ... Mr. Guiness
Mark Malmborg Mark Malmborg ... Chip
Kathleen Freeman ... Woman


A sexy waitress becomes the house mother in a fraternity house.

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Release Date:

15 February 1972 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Llámame mamá See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


This "Movie of the Week" was also the pilot for a proposed weekly series that would have starred Connie Stevens as the fraternity "house mother" and Thelma Carpenter as the housekeeper. See more »


Come On-A My House
Words & Music by Ross Bagdasarian & William Saroyan
Sung by Connie Stevens
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Sort of like "Animal House"...if it was produced by Disney!
2 November 2016 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

"Call Her Mom" is a kooky college movie. However, although it was made in the same decade that brought us "Animal House", this made for TV film is much more like a Disney film of the era. In other words, this 'bad' fraternity looks amazingly nice...other than just being sloppy. The guys are decent enough--not the degenerates of many other campus comedies.

When the film begins, the Dean (Charles Neslson Reilly) is taking delight in telling APE fraternity that he's revoking their charter because they don't have a house mother. So the guys go on a fast search for one and come up with a waitress, Angie (Connie Stevens). However, the administration is aghast because this house mother is hot...and they do their best to get rid of her. But she sticks with it and everything seems fine...until one of the young men falls in love with her.

This is the most sanitized bawdy fraternity film of all time. It also comes off as more of a sit-com instead of a movie--with some incredible mugging from not only Reilly but Van Johnson. Mildly entertaining...and a bit stupid at the same time.

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