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Teenage/secret agent/musical comedy about Big Daddy who's been "driven mad by rock 'n' roll," so he plans to sabotage a music fair with a bomb. Secret agent Homer comes to the rescue aided by his girlfriend Sandra along with Marvin. The sinister villains belong to the crime syndicate F.L.U.S.H. Featuring the musical groups The Turtles, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, The Astronauts, The Knickerbockers and Freddy and the Dreamers.Written by
As someone who enjoys watching movies from the mid 60's for time capsule effect. This is another lame movie that just doesn't cut it. Robert Pine who played the Captain on CHIPS is the only actor I recognized in this flick. It's a mish mash of unlikely themes and story lines which don't come together. The musical acts are ok, but with Freddie and the Dreamers being the top billed act, I cannot recommend this movie to anyone. If you double billed this movie with 'Hold On' another flick from 1966, you would have the worst double feature possible.
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