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Dumb Premise For Good Enough Film
Always watched this one for Basil and my man Boris.The kids are pretty good,movie would be better with better script.I suppose Basil thought he'd really slummed it,but he does add a touch of class.Maybe marrying someone with a little tighter control on money coming in would've made a huge difference,BAZ!You never should've left at the height of your career to try to live by the Broadway income,or lack thereof,having only a few successful plays because you were "typecast"!That's spitting on us,your fans!
Dumb But Kinda Fun
Watched for the 2 Bs,Basil and Boris.They are a pleasure,but film is stupid.
A "Bad" Movie at its Best!
"The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini" is basically a Frankie Avalon/Annette Funicello beach movie without Frankie, Annette, or the beach. The plot is actually somewhat complicated -- in order to get into heaven, a recently-dead man must do a good deed, namely to ensure that his fortune goes to his rightful heirs. The title "ghost" (whose body is invisible where the bikini should be - you'll have to watch it!) assists. The cast is impressive for a low-budget film. Boris Karloff is the recently-deceased wealthy man, Basil Rathbone is his thieving lawyer, Nancy Sinatra is an "extra" houseguest who provides the obligatory music, and former Disney star Tommy Kirk is one of the heirs. Beach-movie regulars Eric Von Zipper and his gang and Deborah Walley also make appearances. The music is great and the plot is silly but enjoyable. It's "bad," but not to the point of being unwatchable, like other cheap '60s films.