Skirt-chasing SIC agent Craig Gamble and millionaire bachelor Todd Armstrong set out to foil mad scientist Dr. Goldfoot's plot to use his army of bikini-clad robots to seduce wealthy men into signing over their assets.
Dr. Goldfoot plans on taking over the world with his beautiful female robots, who seduce rich and powerful men. Robot #11/Diane is sent after millionaire Todd Armstrong. Secret agent Craig Gamble tries to stop the plot but ends up in the torture chamber with Armstrong. The parody of "The Pit and the Pendulium" is the highlight of the film which also includes bits by Annette Funicello, Harvey Lembeck and Deborah Walley.Written by
Craig is seen running down the hall at full speed to his uncles office. At the end he hits the wall with his shoulder and the whole wall including a closed door shake. Obviously a temporary set. See more »
[Igor has gotten locked in one of the cells in Dr. Goldfoot's dungeon]
You know, Igor, by rights I should put this beam through your worthless skull and leave you here to *rot*!
My empire, everything I've created is in jeopardy.
Oh, yes. We must stop them before they reach the authorities.
I'll do my very best!
Oh, not *that*.
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The Producers extend special thanks to the following performers for Guest Appearances: Annette Funicello, Deborah Walley, Harvey Lembeck, Aron Kincaid. Soon to be seen in.... "The Girl In The Glass Bikini" See more »
1. Vincent Price having a field day hamming it up like John Barrymore on scotch and speed!
2. Harvey Lembeck as Erich Von Zipper in a hilarious 10-second cameo!
3. The titanic teaming of Dobie Gillis and Frankie Avalon!
4. One of the finest "second bananas," the late Jack Mullaney as Price's Mad Scientist henchman, Igor!
5. Tons of young American International babes!
6. The Supremes singing the title song!
7. It's directed by Elvis' #1 Man, Norman Taurog!
8. It's written by the Three Stooges #1 Man, Ellwood Ullman!
What have you got: Only the greatest film since "Gone With The Wind," "Citizen Kane" and "The Bicycle Thief"! Okay, perhaps not - but it is a ton of zany low budget screwball fun,'60s American International-style.
I really liked it.
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