Julie, a wealthy contessa managed by S.Z. Matts, wants muscle-man Flex Martin, trained by Jack Fanny, for her own - until she meets Frankie. Frankie's girl Dee Dee gets rightfully jealous and plans to avenge the Frankie-stealing contessa. Mr. Strangdour appears briefly as the king of the strongmen.
It's "Beach Party" all over again...but this time with MUSCLE! The swingin'est surf and sand you ever saw!
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Did You Know?
This is the debut of music prodigy "Little" Stevie Wonder
, who receives an "introducing" credit. See more
During the fight scene, one of the surfer dudes manages to knock a muscle guy through a wall in front of a yellow surfboard and red-topped table. When Candy starts dancing, the second guy she "bumps" goes through that same, now undamaged, wall in front of the same yellow surfboard and red-topped table. See more
Now, children of the surf, do you think there are seven wonders of the world? Well, here's the eighth: Little Stevie Wonder.
Little Stevie Wonder
Everybody come on yeah yeah clap your hands, Ah ha Yeah, Everybody come on yeah yeah yeah yeah clap your hands, Yeah, Come on and clap your hands, Stomp your feet, Get with the rhythm of happy street, 'Cause that's my street, happy street...
Candy does her 'Whammy' on the end credits. See more
Referenced in Drive-in Movie Memories
Lyrics and Music by Roger Christian
, Gary Usher
and Brian Wilson
Performed by Donna Loren
and Dick Dale See more