Edd Byrnes tries to get an ethnic-music-studies grant to buy instruments for his rock and roll group, the Wigglers. College-finance-committee members Chris Noel, Gail Gilmore, Mikki Jameson... See full summary »
Surfing college students hang out at a club watching comedian Uncle Woody and drinking Pepsis. Rich playboy "Ding" Pruitt falls for Sandy Palmer. His grandfather tries to have the club ... See full summary »
Maggie Scott (Ann-Margret), a fashion buyer in Paris on her first buying spree where she meets famous fashion designer Mark Fontaine (Louis Jourdan) and he immediately gives her the big ... See full summary »
Ad-agency president Dan Edwards who, when he goes to Mexico to celebrate his nineteenth wedding anniversary, winds up getting divorced by mistake - whereupon his wife Valerie marries his ... See full summary »
A long-married couple are at war with each other and with their teenage son and daughter. The presence of a handsome young tutor complicates and sensitizes the savage domestic tensions ... See full summary »
Heather is the lead singer for a band that is on its way to fame and fortune. Things get complicated when she becomes pregnant and has three men willing to be both husband and father. But her boss isn't one of them.
The administrators of Wyndham Girl's College believe their institution is the model of traditional values, proper decorum and girl's deportment. There is however a thriving underground movement at the college of rock music. When the administrators learn just prior to the Christmas break that one of their students, Terry Taylor, is a renowned rock music songwriter using the pseudonym Joanie Harper whose songs contain seductively feminist lyrics, they have to decide how to deal with Terry, an otherwise academically bright student, and this possible scandal to the school. Meanwhile, many of the students head to Sun Valley for the Christmas break. Among those at the resort are the college's benefactor, Senator Hubert Morrison, who is conflicted between what he believes is Terry's immoral stance and courting the youth vote through their unofficial leader Terry, and Gary Underwood, Terry's publisher. Gary is trying to get Terry to do something she considers amoral and against her feminist ... Written by
The Animals perform "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood". The song was originally written for Nina Simone. Her version is slower. Much later, a disco/flamenco version was released by Santa Esmerelda. See more »
(at around 1h 08 mins) Right before the scene where the blonde gets upset at the painter and storms out, the camera is positioned in such a way that reveals there to be no ceiling in the ski chalet. See more »
Great material for Mystery science theater. Just imagine you're Crow or Tom Servo and toss in the appropriate comments. This movie is so bad that is crosses way over the line into high camp. That's when the humor becomes unintentional. I love it. What were they thinking? A couple of old pros, character actors Willard Waterman and James Millhollin provide some actual humor. The main reason to see this movie is the music. The Animals and the Dave Clark Five do a horrible job lip-synching their songs but there are actually a couple of honest jazz musicians in Stan Getz and Jimmy Smith who are great. There's also a dixieland band of young guys who even tap dance. Unreal. Freddy Bell and Roberta Lynn are the worst third-rate Vegas act you can imagine. favorite line: "Where did you almost get that bikini" "I wear a 10 but and 8 looked so good, I bought a 6." Nancy Sinatra, Chris Noel, and Mary Ann Mobley are smokin' and for you girls there's Chad Everett. This movie is about what Hollywood thought the hip college student were like in 1964 and they couldn't be more wrong. The results are hilarious. Check it out on Turner tv sometime, tape it if you have to. You'll be glad you did.
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