|The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini 1966 N/R, 82 min.|
Director: Don Weis
Cast: Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley, Aron Kincaid, Quinn O'Hara, Nancy Sinatra, Claudia Martin, Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Francis X. Bushman, Patsy Kelly
This final "Beach Party" movie has our wholesome group of surfers holed up in a haunted house where they meet some bizarre characters from past horror films. Some old-timers make it watchable for film buffs.
|Marriage on the Rocks 1965 N/R, 109 min.|
Director: Jack Donohue
Cast: Frank Sinatra, Deborah Kerr, Dean Martin, Cesar Romero, Hermione Baddeley, Tony Bill, John McGiver, Nancy Sinatra, Davey Davison, Michel Petit, Trini Lopez, Joi Lansing, Kathleen Freeman, Flip Mark
After almost 20 years of marriage, Valerie (Deborah Kerr) wants to divorce Dan (Frank Sinatra). Her lawyer (John McGiver) recommends a second honeymoon instead of divorce, and Dan and Valerie take off for Mexico. They meet a Mexican lawyer, Miguel Santos (Cesar Romero) and end up getting divorced by mistake. They decide to renew their vows, but Dan is called away on business, and his friend Ernie (Dean Martin) steps in to take care of Valerie. As luck would have it, that same lawyer Santos mistakenly marries Ernie and Valerie. Now, Valerie tries to use the marriage to get Dan back. It takes awhile, but by story's end, a wedding is being planned by Dan and Valerie.
|Speedway 1968 G, 94 min.|
Genre: Action / Musical
Director: Norman Taurog
Cast: Elvis Presley, Bill Bixby, Nancy Sinatra, Gale Gordon, William Schallert, Victoria Paige Meyerink, Ross Hagan, Carl Ballantine, Poncie Ponce, Harry Hickox, Cale Yarborough, Christopher West, Beverly Powers, Richard Petty, Buddy Baker
Elvis Presley plays racecar driver Steve Grayson in this story revolving around stock car racing. Steve's manager Kenny (Bill Bixby) bets Steve's money on losing horses and leaves Steve broke. Kenny also fouls up Steve's tax return, and IRS agent Susan Jacks (Nancy Sinatra) investigates. And the songs continue–11 songs in all include "Let Yourself Go," "Goin' Home," and "There Ain't Nothing Like a Song." As part of the racing scene, real-life racers Richard Petty and Cale Yarborough are featured.
|The Wild Angels 1966 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Peter Fonda, Nancy Sinatra, Bruce Dern, Lou Procopio, Diane Ladd, Norman Alden, Michael J. Pollard, Joan Shawlee, Dick Miller, Gayle Hunnicutt, Buck Taylor, Coby Denton, Marc Cavell, Art Baker, Frank Maxwell
The Hell's Angels biker crowd, led by Heavenly Blues (Peter Fonda), rescues Heavenly Blues' best friend, Loser (Bruce Dern), from the hospital after he is injured in an accident while trying to steal a police motorcycle. Loser dies soon after, and, during the funeral, the biker crowd runs into more than a little trouble when they participate in a drug orgy that sets the police on their trail. This film was a precursor to "Easy Rider."
|1. The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)|
2. Marriage on the Rocks (1965)
3. Speedway (1968)
4. The Wild Angels (1966)
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