A platonically wed American couple run a lunar weather station near an unwed Soviet couple.
Bye Bye Birdie movie trailer - starring Maureen Stapleton, Janet Leigh, Ann Margret, Dick Van Dyke, Paul Lynde, Jesse Pearson. Directed by George Sidney. Genre: Musical
Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine movie trailer - starring Vincent Price, Fred Clark, Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman, Jack Mullaney, Susan Hart. Directed by Norman Taurog. Genre: Action-Adventure
A New York patrolman sees police-academy potential in a klutz mistaken for a street-gang hoodlum.
Naval commander Gig Young gets mixed up with widow Shirley Jones and her three children in the comedy A Ticklish Affair (1963).
Wilby Daniels (Dean Jones) and wife (Suzanne Pleshette) suffer a campaign mishap, leading to the introduction of his opponent Slade (Keenan Wynn) and gangster Roschak (Vic Tayback) in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
Ann-Margret (as writer Kelly Olsson) makes her entrance in green leather (?) and is mistaken for a model by editor Ric Colby (Tony Franciosa) and crew in director George Sidney's The Swinger, 1966.
Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) sends beautiful female robots to ensnare the world's richest men in Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965).
Ice Cream man Tim (Tim Conway) is duly frustrated with egg-head customer Brian (Shane Sinutko) whose dad is running for district attorney in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
Aunt Cora (Nydia Westman) advises Kelly (Ann-Margret) on fashion, leading to a specialty sequence shot at Saks Fifth Avenue, Beverly Hills in director George Sidney's The Swinger, 1966.
Lawyer Wilby Daniels (Dean Jones) and family (Suzanne Pleshette and Shane Sinutko) arrive home to find their house robbed, prompting his political outrage in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
Robert Coote (as Sir Hubert) narrates from Lawrence Roman's script both a whimsical and visceral conception of Los Angeles in this introductory sequence from George Sidney's sex-comedy The Swinger, 1966.
As Betty (Suzanne Pleshette) leads off the TV interview, the ice-cream man (Tim Conway) reads the dreaded incantation and the candidate (Dean Jones) turns into a dog in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
Ric (Tony Franciosa) and Sir Hubert (Robert Coote) arrive for a staged decadent dance show featuring Kelly (Ann-Margret) clad mostly in paint in The Swinger, 1966.
David (Reni Santoni) received by Pike (Richard Deacon) at the audition for down and out actor Marlowe (Jose Ferrer, his first scene), his daughter Angela (Elaine May) at least equally wacky, another candidate being director Carl Reiner's son Rob, in Enter Laughing, 1967.
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