Country singers on their way to Nashville have car trouble, forcing them to stop at an old haunted mansion. Soon they realize that the house is not only haunted, but is also the headquarters of a ring of international spies after a top secret formula for rocket fuel. Written by
Jeremy Lunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The car they were driving is Webb Pierce's "silver dollar" convertible. on display at the Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame. See more »
When they are at the front door to the mansion it is bright outside, but when they open the door it's dark behind them. Jeep era makes another trip to the car and it light outside again. See more »
[Boots, Woody and Jeepers blunder into a shootout between lawmen and enemy agents]
[to one of the spies]
[to the entertainers]
It's okay. Sorry you got caught in the middle.
What's goin' on?
That's right - over in Acme City and in these hills. They're all over the place.
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Just awful, but a rare chance to see beautiful Joi Lansing
What can I say that hasn't already been said - they couldn't possibly make a movie that is worse than this.
For myself, it is nice to be able to see the stunning beauty Joi Lansing, and near the end of her life. Joi Lansing was one of those uncommonly beautiful women who was mainly hired for her looks. She deserved much better. She died too young - just over forty years old - and she didn't have the kind of career that will make her very memorable. Most of her movies were laden with cheesiness. Her appearances in legitimate works seem to have been to exploit her appearance.
I know this will skew the stats for this film, but I have to give it a 10 just because of the pleasure of seeing Joi.
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