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DR GOLDFOOT AND THE BIKINI MACHINE was AIP's attempt to carry on the famous "Beach Party" series in a new direction. Sadly, the films were not as successful and were canned.\nIn this rather obvious dig at "Goldfinger", DR GOLDFOOT AND THE BIKINI MACHINE tells the story of the sneaky Dr Goldfoot (Vincent Price in a sly comedic performance), a mad scientist who creates sexy girl robots to seduce and marry rich men before robbing them blind and taking off with all their fortune!\nHowever, when it comes to the young Secret Service agent Craig Gamble (Frankie Avalon), Dr Goldfoot has met his match!\nWhen the beautiful robot Diane (the striking Susan Hart) seduces a young billionaire (Dwayne Hickman), he enlists the help of Craig to help uncover what he is sure is a dreadful plan to rob him of his money.\nClever comedy that dissolves into the predictable with a formulaic slapstick car chase finale and features some macabre cameos from Annette Funicello and Harvey Lembeck as well as BEACH BLANKET BINGO co-star, the late Deborah Walley.\nThe Supremes sing the catchy title song.\nThe DVD includes the trailer. (Single-sided, single-layer disc).
Horrible - I allowed for the genre, time period, actors... and it still pained me so much that I could only endure 5 minutes before admitting defeat.Published 3 months ago by Windy
Quick and easy download. I needed to watch this film for a podcast "Film Frown" and I couldn't find the movie on any streaming service. Cheap and easy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sally Keiser
A cute movie, especially the intro. Vincent Price is priceless as Dr Goldfoot. It's surprising what passed for beautiful in those days.Published 12 months ago by Toby
...is better than either of the two "Dr. Goldfoot" movies.
"Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" (1965) and "Dr. Read more
The only thing about this DVD is that the widescreen image is formatted for a 4x3 television screen, not the current 1.78 to 1 widescreen aspect ratio.Published on August 2, 2013 by Vernon Street Archives
I went to see this movie at the Cinema's when I was a young teenager, it made me laugh out loud and I loved it.Published on August 1, 2013 by TV John