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Bikini Beach (1964) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by William Asher and produced by Anthony Carras, Samuel Z. Arkoff and James H. Nicholson.

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Musical Monday: Bikini Beach (1964)

on Jul 27, 2020 From Comet Over Hollywood

It?s no secret that the Hollywood Comet loves musicals. In 2010, I revealed I had seen 400 movie musicals over the course of eight years. Now that number is over 600. To celebrate and share this musical love, here is my weekly feature about musicals. This week?s musical: Bikini Beach (1964) ? Musica... Read full article

Pic of the Day: “Bikini Beach” revisited (4)

By Marisa on Apr 4, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Our pic today revisits Bikini Beach (1964) and the first of two cinematic appearances by that pool-cue-slinging ruffian, South Dakota Slim. Here he’s having a hard time staying awake while J.D. (Andy Romano), Puss (Alberta Nelson) and Eric Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck) discuss the news of the da... Read full article

Bikini Beach: “Where All the Chicks Are Bikini Clad”

By sarkoffagus on Mar 10, 2014 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Welcome to Bikini Beach, where the ladies adorned in bikinis are constantly distracting passing drivers, cooks, surfers and guys already spending time with girls. Frankie (Frankie Avalon), Dee Dee (Annette Funicello), and the rest of the gang are spending another summer at the beach, lying on the sa... Read full article

Pic of the Day: “Bikini Beach” revisited (3)

By Marisa on Jun 21, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience

It’s the first day of summer, so let’s go to Bikini Beach (1964)! Or, we could just stay in and play pool with South Dakota Slim and his pals The Teenage Werewolf Monster (Val Warren), J.D. (Andy Romano), Puss (Alberta Nelson), and Eric Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck). Fellow Brooklyn boy L... Read full article

Pic of the Day: “Bikini Beach” revisited (1)

By Marisa on Nov 29, 2012 From The Timothy Carey Experience

As winter approaches, what better place to revisit than the beach? Bikini Beach (1964), directed by William Asher, marked the first of Timothy’s two appearances as South Dakota Slim. Slim is a very strange pool player with (as we discovered the following year in his next outing, Beach Blanket ... Read full article

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Quotes from

Harvey Huntington Honeywagon III: Sir, I consider you a member of the lower classes.
Eric Von Zipper: Hey, that's right. How'd you know that I dropped out of school at the third grade?

Harvey Huntington Honeywagon III: Imagine... boys and girls sleeping on the beach side-by-side, unchaperoned. Now what kind of society is it that would allow such a thing?

[Seeing that Eric von Zipper of the Malibu Rat Pack is frozen in motion]
Frankie: Hey you guys, the battle's over! Von Zipper's stoned again!

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Danielle Aubry's voice was dubbed by director 'William Asher (I)''s wife Elizabeth Montgomery
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