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Wild on the Beach (1965)

Adam Miller and Lee Sullivan both lay claim to a beach house for student boarders. Problems arise when both boys and girls show up to live there. They're soothed by the music of Sonny and ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Frankie Randall ...
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Gayle Caldwell ...
Marsie Lowell
Jackie Miller ...
Toby Carr
Russ Bender ...
Shep Kirby
Booth Colman ...
Dean Parker
Cindy Malone ...
Herself
Justin Smith ...
Mort Terwilliger
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Vern Thompkins
Marc Seaton ...
Jim Bench
Robert Golden ...
Policeman
Larry Gust ...
Josh
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Himself (as Sonny & Cher)
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Herself (as Sonny & Cher)
The Astronauts ...
Themselves (as The Astronauts)
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Adam Miller and Lee Sullivan both lay claim to a beach house for student boarders. Problems arise when both boys and girls show up to live there. They're soothed by the music of Sonny and Cher, Jackie and Gayle, Sandy Nelson, and the Astronauts. By the time the movie ends, you feel as though you've gotten to know all the actors personally, and the bands have been playing in your living room all night. Written by alfiehitchie

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When Guys & Gals Rent the Same Beach House!

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25 August 1965 (USA)  »

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Beach House Party  »

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The House on the Beach
Written by 'By' Dunham and Bobby Beverly
Performed by Frankie Randall
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Frankie and Annette,move over!
17 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

Frankie Randall (who?) and Sherry Jackson try a mean imitation of Frankie Avalon and Annette in this dreary,black and white rip-off of the beach party flicks.There's too much plot,(something about sharing a beach house,disliking each other,rousing the ire of the local college board,until the happy ending.) Frankie sings alot (songs you'll never hear again),Sherry Jackson does a nice Annette pout but it's all for naught.Sonny and Cher and the Astronauts do a brief guest bit,there's some lame comic turns (one guy is always losing his contacts,etc.),stuffy adult reactions to the kids,no beach scenes,no babes in bikinis,just alot of plot.Even boys and girls forced to share the same house isn't presented in a spicy way.Everyone is too hostile.I saw this picture when it first came out and thought it was great but I grew up!


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