Dr. Goldfoot has invented an army of bikini-clad robots who are programmed to seek out wealthy men and charm them into signing over their assets. Craig Gamble and Todd Armstrong set out to foil the fiendish plot.
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Dr. Goldfoot plans on taking over the world with his beautiful female robots, who seduce rich and powerful men. Robot #11/Diane is sent after millionaire Todd Armstrong. Secret agent Craig Gamble tries to stop the plot but ends up in the torture chamber with Armstrong. The parody of "The Pit and the Pendulium" is the highlight of the film which also includes bits by Annette Funicello, Harvey Lembeck and Deborah Walley. Written by
This was made and released quickly, coming out only about a year after the James Bond film Goldfinger (1964) was released in the US. It parodies certain elements of the Bond film, particularly its title. See more »
Craig is driving the street in a red 1965 Plymouth Fury convertible (note vertical headlights.) He then spots Diane walking down the sidewalk. When he hurriedly pulls over to the curb the car changes to a red 1965 Dodge Coronet convertible (horizontal headlights.) Dr. G comes to Diane's rescue, and when his limo pulls away we see the Fury convertible parked at the curb. See more »
The Producers extend special thanks to the following performers for Guest Appearances: Annette Funicello, Deborah Walley, Harvey Lembeck, Aron Kincaid. Soon to be seen in.... "The Girl In The Glass Bikini" See more »
"Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" is one of those campy'60s movies that are, basically, an excuse to show bikini-clad girls in a movie. Vincent Price stars as the mad scientist Dr. Goldfoot, with an insane plan to rob all the world's richest men. Frankie Avalon plays a bumbling secret agent trying to foil Dr. Goldfoot's evil scheme, and even pokes fun at his "Beach Blanket" history. This movie has a ridiculous story, but it has some good qualities. For one thing, the animated opening credit sequence is fun and eye-catching. For another, the chase scene is a good laugh. And, if nothing else, is has better production values than its sequel, "Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs"!
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