Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965)

90 mins | Comedy | 1965

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HISTORY

Location scenes filmed in San Francisco, including Fisherman's Wharf. The film acknowledges the cooperation of the San Francisco Police Department and the Golden Gate Bridge Authorities. Actress Dorothy Walley is also known as Deborah Walley. Sequel: Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs, q. ... More Less

Location scenes filmed in San Francisco, including Fisherman's Wharf. The film acknowledges the cooperation of the San Francisco Police Department and the Golden Gate Bridge Authorities. Actress Dorothy Walley is also known as Deborah Walley. Sequel: Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs, q. v. More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXT
A James H. Nicholson-Samuel Z. Arkoff Production
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
1st & 2nd asst dir
PRODUCERS
Co-prod
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
ART DIRECTOR
Art dir
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Film ed
SET DECORATOR
COSTUMES
MUSIC
Mus score
Mus supv
Wailing by
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff
Photog eff
DANCE
Choreog
MAKEUP
Makeup
Hairstylist
Sp hairstyles for Miss Hart
PRODUCTION MISC
Prod supv
Scr supv
Dial coach
Constr coordinator
Main titles
SOURCES
SONGS
"The Bikini Machine," music and lyrics by Guy Hemric and Jerry Styner.
DETAILS
Premiere Information:
Wenatchee, Washington, opening: 6 November 1965
Copyright Claimant:
American International Pictures
Copyright Date:
10 November 1965
Copyright Number:
LP32039
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
Pathécolor
Duration(in mins):
90
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Dr. Goldfoot hopes to ensnare the fortunes of the world's wealthiest men with the aid of the beautiful bikini-clad robots he manufactures in his laboratory. Diane, the prize beauty of Goldfoot's assembly line, is sent out to trap wealthy playboy Todd Armstrong, whom she succeeds in marrying and in persuading to sign over much of his wealth. Secret Intelligence Command's Craig Gamble, in love with Diane, blunders into the plot and, trying to help Armstong, falls into Goldfoot's torture chamber, where he and Armstrong are terrorized by various devices, including a swinging pendulum. They escape, however, and are pursued by Goldfoot and his inept assistant, ... +


Dr. Goldfoot hopes to ensnare the fortunes of the world's wealthiest men with the aid of the beautiful bikini-clad robots he manufactures in his laboratory. Diane, the prize beauty of Goldfoot's assembly line, is sent out to trap wealthy playboy Todd Armstrong, whom she succeeds in marrying and in persuading to sign over much of his wealth. Secret Intelligence Command's Craig Gamble, in love with Diane, blunders into the plot and, trying to help Armstong, falls into Goldfoot's torture chamber, where he and Armstrong are terrorized by various devices, including a swinging pendulum. They escape, however, and are pursued by Goldfoot and his inept assistant, Igor. +

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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