Jan 312023

The Last American Virgin comes to Blu-ray from MVD Entertainment and contains interviews with the cast and crew as well as the trailer and a photo gallery.



The Last American Virgin

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy
MVD Entertainment| R – 93 min. – $29.95 | January 24, 2023

Date Published: 01/31/2023 | Author: The Movieman

Director: Boaz Davidson
Writer(s): Boaz Davidson (written by)
Cast: Lawrence Monoson, Diane Franklin, Steve Antin, Joe Rubbo, Louisa Moritz

Features: Interviews, Gallery, Trailer
Slip Cover: Yes
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: Blu-ray
Number of Discs: 1

Audio: English (PCM 2.0)
Video: 1080p/Widescreen 1.85
Subtitles: English SDH
Disc Size: 43.79 GB
Total Bitrate: 33.86 Mbps
Codecs: MPEG-4 AVC
Region(s): A



The Last American Virgin is about a close-knit group of high school friends: Gary (LAWRENCE MONOSON), the shy guy; his friend Rick (STEVE ANTIN), the ladies man; and David (JOE RUBBO), the comic foil, and their exploits in pursuit of love… or at the very least… their first time! This nostalgic time capsule chronicles the ups and downs of friendship, romance, and the bittersweet memories of youth.



This release comes with a matted slip cover. This is #47 in the MVD Rewind Collection.


  • The First American Remake (36:06) — Director Boaz Davidson
  • Memories of a Pizza Boy (26:07) — Actor Lawrence Monoson
  • Babe of the Eighties (20:59) — Actress Diane Franklin
  • In Praise of Smaller Movies (21:10) — Cinematographer Adam Greenberg

Also included is a Photo Gallery, the Original Theatrical Trailer (1:55) and a TV Spot (0:28).


VIDEO – 3½/5, AUDIO – 3¾/5

The Last American Virgin comes to Blu-ray, for the second time (Olive Films had a 2015 release), presented in its original 1.85 widescreen aspect ratio and gave it a 1080p high-definition transfer. The picture actually doesn’t look half bad considering the low budget and the fact the film is going on 30+ years old. Detail tends to be good and colors appear to be well balanced without appearing to be oversaturated. There were the occasional specs and scratches but nothing overwhelming or distracting.

The movie includes a respectable enough PCM Stereo track which is rather strong providing for clear dialogue levels throughout while the catchy 1980s soundtrack gives the track good depth. It’s a fine lossless track that, like the video, perfectly serviceable.




Check out some more 1080p screen caps by going to page 2. Please note, these do contain spoilers.

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