With posters featuring a stylized-drawing of Eva Six in a bikini, a tagline reading..."Temptation in Paradise...neither hell nor high heels could stop them", and a Dream Sequence Technical Adviser credit for Bob Marcucci, American-International once again proved it had no peers when it came to sleight-of-hand advertising selling a war-movie when war movies weren't selling. This one starts in the Pacific in 1943 when an American submarine staffed by the likes of Scott Brady, Jim Backus and Michael Dante (the old guns to get the old folks in) has a rendezvous with a cruiser to pick up an underwater demolition team comprised of the likes of Tab Hunter, Frankie Avalon, Gary Crosby and Jody McCrea (the young turks to get the kids in, which probably only worked in Southern California), and there is conflict right off as the sub crew feels like they are being denied a chance to revenge the sinking of a sister sub because they have to deliver Tab and Frankie to an island on a super-secret ...
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The black and white film switches to color for one scene: a dream sequence featuring a song that Frankie Avalon sings with a group of young women. While the backgrounds and some of the women's gowns are in color, Avalon and the women themselves remain in black and white. See more
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The Girl Back Home
Written by Robert P. Marcucci
(as Bob Marcucci) and Russell Faith
(as Russ Faith)
Sung by Frankie Avalon See more