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Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters (1965)

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The adventures of the Lemon Grove Kids in this Bowery Boys inspired kiddie film.

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Ray Dennis Steckler ...
Gopher (as Cash Flagg)
Mike Kannon ...
Slug (segments "The Lemon Grove Kids" and "The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space")
Bart Carsell ...
Duke Mazaratti (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids")
Coleman Francis ...
"Big Ed" Narzak (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids") / Mr. Miller (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space")
Larry Pearson ...
Larry (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids")
Mary Morgan ...
Ma (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids") / Reporter #2 (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood!)
Rox Anne ...
Roxy (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids")
Herb Robins ...
Killer Krump (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids" and "The Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood!") / Chooper #1 (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space")
Kirk Kirksey ...
Kirk (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids")
Jim Plunkett ...
Stretch (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids")
Ed McWatters ...
The Saboteur (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids")
Bob Burns ...
Kogar the Gorilla / The Mad Mummy (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids") (as Kogar)
Keith A. Wester ...
Marvin-Marvin (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space" and "The Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood!") / Man Shaving ("The Lemon Grove Kids")
John Williams ...
Kedric Wolfe ...
Jocko (segment "The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space")
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The adventures of the Lemon Grove Kids in this Bowery Boys inspired kiddie film.

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28 September 1968 (USA)  »

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According to Ray Dennis Steckler, the blowup to 35mm cost more than shooting the entire production itself. See more »

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Spoofs Rat Pfink a Boo Boo (1966) See more »

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All the kids ran screaming
15 May 2003 | by (Waterford, NY) – See all my reviews

Positively the most memorable movie-going experience of my life. Procter's Theater in Troy, NY...probably around 1968 or 1969. My sister took me to see this movie on a Saturday...billed as including a special guest appearance by real live monsters.

I don't recall much about the first two shorts. But the last...when the Lemon Grove Kids and Cash Flagg enter into a cornfield or dense weeds...they are met by lightning crashes and a MUMMY!

At that moment...a spotlight hits the side of the Procter's stage and a guy in a Mummy suit staggers out. His arms are raised up and he heads for the aisles.

The audience flipped. I remember everybody leaping out of their seats and running down the aisles terrified. I ran too...but sister nabbed me before I could get too far. Things settled down. The mummy disappeared. And we sat back to watch the rest of the show. I have no memory of what came after.

But that memory of the mummy on the stage was indelible. I was around five or six when I saw it.

Years later in Washington, DC I came across an old video of the movie from the late great Georgetown Video Vault (this was around 1992) and I laughed it up with my wife over Lemon Grove Kids and Ray Dennis Steckler. Oh...if we only had that kind of movie experience again!


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