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- SKU: TRO1098
- Format: Blu-ray
- UPC: 790357109814
- Street Date: 02/07/23
- PreBook Date: 01/03/23
- Label: Troma Films »
- Genre: Comedy
- Run Time: 88 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 1981
- Region Code: 0
- Box Lot: 30
- Territory: NORTH AMERICA
- Language: English
Cast & Crew
- Actor: Jim Harris
- Actor: Carol Drake
- Actor: Carol Bevar
- Actor: Renata Majer
- Actor: Hunt Block
- Actor: Chris Noth
- Actor: Scott Valentine
- Director: Michael Herz
- Director: Lloyd Kaufman
- Producer: Michael Herz
- Producer: Lloyd Kaufman
- Director: Michael Herz & Lloyd Kaufman
- Producers: Michael Herz, Lloyd Kaufman
Three lovely waitresses contend with a drunken, slovenly chef and mutinous patrons.
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An actress, a writer and a preppie wait on tables in a New York City restaurant. During their shift, the attractive women have to deal with inebriated customers, a slow chef, as well as mutinous patrons, in this hilarious comedy from Troma (the studio that brought you "The Toxic Avenger") directed by Michael Herz & Lloyd Kaufman. Featuring early on-screen appearances from Chris Noth (Sex and the City) and Scott Valentine (Family Ties).
- Chef’s Deliciously Mastered Feature Presentation
- New Intro by Lloyd Kaufman-Fresh Off the Grill!
- Culinary Commentary by Uncle Lloydie
- In the Kitchen Interviews with Some of Troma’s Staff
- “Foodporn” Photo Gallery
- “Before There was Toxie” DVD Intro
- No Regional Coding – Edible Eats Worldwide!
- Gizzard Face 2: Troma Now Promo
- Troma Trailers
- Features early on-screen appearances from Chris Noth (Sex and the City) and Scott Valentine (Family Ties).
- 'Waitress!' was the second in Troma's line of 'sexy comedies', preceded by the 1979's Squeeze Play! and followed by 1982's Stuck on You! and 1983's The First Turn-On!
- From Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz (The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke 'em High, Tromeo & Juliet)
- Limited theatrical release in 1982!
The funniest gag has to do with the would-be Joan of Arc leading a horse into a restaurant in hopes of impressing a producer. The least funny (and much more representative) joke has the chef, and all the assorted idiots who work in his kitchen, spitting into the soup.
—Janet Maslin, The New York Times