A tomboyish teenager(Sandra Dee) learns to be a surfer,despite being teased by the male surfers,and falls in love with a young surfer named Moondoggie(James Darren).
The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini(1966)
The seventh and final AIP "Beach Party" movie features Boris Karloff and Basil Rathbone as two rivals fighting for control of an old mansion.Tommy Kirk and Deborah Walley replace Frankie and Annette in the lead roles.
How To Stuff a Wild Bikini(1965)
While Frankie(Frankie Avalon)is away, serving in the navy,Dee Dee(Annette Funicello)falls in love with an advertising exec(Dwayne Hickman).The sixth entry in the AIP "Beach Party" film series,and the last to feature Frankie and Annette.
An teen alien(Tommy Kirk)comes to earth to prepare for an invasion but instead falls for a teenaged human(Annette Funicello).Unofficially the fourth AIP "Beach Party" film.
When a millionaire(Kennan Wynn) tries to build a retirement community on the beach,Frankie(Frankie Avalon),Dee Dee(Annette Funicello),and their friends, fight back.Third entry in the AIP "Beach Party" series.
Muscle Beach Party(1964)
Frankie(Frankie Avalon)and Dee Dee(Annette Funicello) find that their favorite surfing area has been taken over by a bunch of bodybuilders and a cantankerous trainer(Don Rickles).The second of the AIP "Beach Party" films.
We Are The Children(1987)
A doctor and a photo-journalist try to help famine victims in Africa.
Two sophisticated jewel thieves join forces to steal $30 million in uncut jewels. Despite a continuous exchange of quips they eventually become romantically involved.
Surreal comedy about a young filmmaker(John Paizs) trying to create the greatest color crime film ever made.
Animated feature in which a young caterpillar leaves her home to learn more about the outside world and herself.