Dr. Goldfoot has invented an army of bikini-clad robots who are programmed to seek out wealthy men and charm them into signing over their assets. Skirt-chasing SIC agents Craig Gamble and Todd Armstrong set out to foil the fiendish plot.
Dr. Goldfoot plots to use female robots to blow up high-ranking NATO generals, igniting a war between Russia and America. It's up to girl-crazed SIC agent Bill Dexter, aided by bumbling Italian doormen Franco and Ciccio, to stop him.
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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
When Craig and Todd are driving the black 1955 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 limousine to get away, the scene changes to showing them through the drivers' door window but the door vent glass is not of a 1955 Cadillac but from a 1957 or 1958 model. The next interior shot shows the same 1957 or 58 model with a customized dashboard. When showing the drivers driving the 1955 through the windshield, a solid black steering wheel is shown that a Cadillac of these vintages never had. When the 1955 Limo is "blown up" by Dr. Goldfoot, the pieces remaining of the Cadillac are showing a "correct" gray and dark gray steering wheel which is correct for a 1954 or 1955 Cadillac so the Limo was not harmed in making this movie. See more »
Dr. Goldfoot and his bikini machine, Dr. Goldfoot- the wildest thing that you'd ever seen, There once was a man with a machine, Dr. Goldfoot and his bikini machine, Whenever he needed a girl on the scene, Dr. Goldfoot and his bikini machine, He'd push a button and just like nothing a girl would appear, A queen - my dear, The cutest girl in the whole wide world and she'd behave, just like a slave. Wooo!
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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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