Disgraced SIC agent Bill Dexter teams up with bumbling doormen Franco and Ciccio to stop Dr. Goldfoot from using his bikini-clad robot girls to blow up high-ranking NATO generals, igniting a war between Russia and America.
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.
A lone rider comes across a dying soldier, the victim of an Indian attack, who gives him a paper authorizing the payment of $150,000 to the U.S. Army. The rider gathers some colleagues who ... See full summary »
Dr. Goldfoot once again plots to take over the world by using female robots designed to blow up high-ranking generals of NATO countries, starting a war between Russia and America. It's up to disgraced SIC agent Bill Dexter to stop Goldfoot.Written by
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965) partially parodied the James Bond movie Goldfinger (1964). This sequel was released about a year after the next James Bond movie Thunderball (1965) and also spoofed that Bond movie too as Dr Goldfoot is seen at times wearing an eye-patch like the villain Largo in Thunderball. See more »
The opening of this film describes the plot as another attempt by Dr. Goldfoot to conquer the world. But in the first film in the sequence, "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine," Dr. Goldfoot was using his bikini-clad robots only to romance rich men and bilk them out of their fortunes, not to conquer the world. See more »
This is the second Dr. Goldfoot movie. What can I say about this film? It is a second rate sequel. Instead of Frankie Avalon, they got Fabian. The film was shot in Italy with a couple of goofy Italian comics. This one was played more for laughs. (Not that they got them.) Vincent Price is the ONLY reason to see this film. He has alot of gleeful fun as the evil doctor.
The final chase scene takes place in an Italian amusement park and is reminicent of an H.R. Puffinstuff episode. Lots of running around and unneccesary amusement park rides.
Fans of Austin Powers and/or Vincent Price will want to see this. Everyone else might be warned to see better films.
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