In the fourth of the highly successful Frankie and Annette beach party movies, a motorcycle gang led by Eric Von Zipper kidnaps singing star Sugar Kane managed by Bullets, who hires sky-diving surfers Steve and Bonnie from Big Drop for a publicity stunt. With the usual gang of kids and a mermaid named Lorelei.
Any number can play...but it's better with just two!
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In the scene where Don Rickles is doing his comedy routine, everyone in the club is laughing, except Buster Keaton (who can be seen in the background) indicating that he didn't think Rickles was particularly funny (and didn't realize he was in view of the camera). May be a directorial choice but is interesting to observe due to Keaton being such a comedy icon. See more
When Frankie and Annette jump from the jump plane, it's a Cessna 175. When John circles around and lands in the water, the airplane is now a Piper Super Cub. See more
Take a blanket made for two, now
Add a boy and a girl
That's a game for me and you, now
, Dee Dee
Yeah, let's give it a whirl! Beach blanket bingo, Beach blanket bingo, Beach blanket bingo, That's the name of the game...
One musical monologue number of Annette Funicello singing "I'll Never Change Him" was cut from the original theatrical print but appears in some prints that air on cable TV. See more
These Are the Good Times
Music and Arrangements by Jerry Styner
Lyrics by Guy Hemric
Sung by Frankie Avalon See more