The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)
A dead man Boris Karloff must perform a good deed in order to get into heaven in this 7th and final beach movie from American International Pictures. Reginald Ripper Basil Rathbone is a lying lawyer who enlists the help of Eric Von Zipper Harvey Lembeck and his motorcycle gang to bilk the heirs out of their inheritance. The Bobby Fuller Four lip-synchs two songs and were forced to used Voxx musical equipment, which they all hated. On the beginning of the band's last tour, the group saw the movie at a drive-in theater in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and according to bass player Randy Fuller, everyone in the band was embarrassed to have been associated with it. Bobby Fuller had seen the AIP movie appearances work for his guitar hero Dick Dale, but the undisputed rock & roll king of the Southwest did not like the end results. Fuller was riding high with three top-ten hits that included I Fought The Law, Let Her Dance, and Love's Made A Fool Of You. Tragically, Bobby Fuller was found dead under curious circumstances on July, 18th, 1966, robbing the world of one of it's most promising young rock stars. It is his only known big-screen role. Silent screen heartthrob Francis X. Bushman makes his last film appearance in this feature … More
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The last of the series, and its not too bad (considering) as it uses the old horror/comedy standby (Bob Hope, Abbott and Costello, Scooby Doo, et al) of baddies trying to scare the kids who're trying to save a fortune with lame-o ghost tactics.More
This part of a MGM double feature and its a pretty comical slap stick comical film. my guess a one time drive in film. Tommy Kirk [Mickey Mouse club], Boris Karloff, Basil Rathbone [Sherlock Holmes], and Nancy Sinatra. With a cast like that its got to be good. 3 1/2 stars.More
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