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Director:
Writers:
Clyde Ware (screenplay)
Sam Pierce (original story)
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Wild adventure... international intrigue! See more »
Plot:
A group of swingin' teens take time out from having fun in the sun to try to foil a group of crooks searching for a stolen scroll. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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If it's hip, then it's the 60s!! See more (27 total) »

Cast

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Tommy Kirk ... Don Pringle
Del Moore ... Arthur Duval
Peter Duryea ... Tad Duval

Robert Donner ... Fingers O'Toole
Ulla Strömstedt ... Katrina Corelli (as Ulla Stromstedt)
Jim Begg ... Larry
Sue Casey ... Anne Duval

Lyle Waggoner ... Angelo

Michael Blodgett ... Bob Draper (as Mike Blodgett)
Bonnie Lomann ... Redhead
Britt Nilsson ... Brunette
Donna Russell ... Blonde
James Almanzar ... Sid
Lee Deane ... Dino Lakopolous
Venita Wolf ... Tina Moss

Brian Cutler ... Charlie Moss
Peter Mamakos ... Borman

Little Richard ... Himself

Carol Connors ... Herself
The Cascades ... Themselves
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Timothy Garland ... Himself (uncredited)
John Gummoe ... Himself (uncredited)
Eddie Snyder ... Himself (uncredited)
David Stevens ... Himself (uncredited)
David Szabo ... Himself (uncredited)
David Wilson ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Lee Sholem 
 
Writing credits
Clyde Ware (screenplay)

Sam Pierce (original story)

Produced by
Jack Bartlett .... producer
Bond Blackman .... producer
Sherman H. Dryer .... executive producer
Sal Mungo .... associate producer
Willis Oborn .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Jerry Long 
 
Cinematography by
Ted V. Mikels  (as Ted Mikels)
 
Film Editing by
Herman Freedman 
 
Makeup Department
Marc Snegoff .... makeup supervisor (as Mark Snegoff)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Dixon .... assistant director (as Dick Dixon)
Wendell Franklin .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Earl Phillips .... property master
 
Sound Department
Rod Sutton .... sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Caramico .... camera operator (as Bob Caramico)
Foster K. Denker .... chief electrician (as Foster Denker)
Tom Ramsey .... key grip
Peter Sorel .... still photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dorothy Worner .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Music Department
John Caper Jr. .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Michael Blodgett .... choreographer
Bruce Clark .... assistant to producer
Blair Robertson .... script supervisor
Ron Terry .... production coordinator
 
Crew believed to be complete


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84 min
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Continuity: When Don walks up with his friends, Charlie has three girls hanging off of him who are all dancing, yet in the following shot they are all, very suddenly, dead still.See more »
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Don:I've never seen so many trying to cover so much with so little.See more »
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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
If it's hip, then it's the 60s!!, 4 November 2000
Author: InzyWimzy from Queens, NY

Yes...there's a caper, but it's not the major part of the film. There's a plethora of teen dancing to ear bleeding 60s grooving music, loser kid Jimmy Kirk who pulls off the biggest caper by wooing "Creepy Girl", some guy who excels in physical comedy (by a moron), and Lawrence and Larry the degenerate never spoken about, black sheep duo of comedy.

There's no need to boring any attention to this movie. There's a lot of annoying pink guys running around on beaches, acting real hip and cool, girls fawning and prancing, a lot of "on boat" shots, cheesy diving footage, and search for a baton. For the final dagger, add a cameo by Little Richard who looks like he took one too many hookah hits before his scene.

Classic pain.

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