Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine


Action / Comedy / Sci-Fi

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Deanna Lund Photo
Deanna Lund as Robot
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Dwayne Hickman as Todd Armstrong
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Vincent Price as Dr. Goldfoot
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Deborah Walley as Craig's Cafeteria Date
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629.85 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 3 / 2
1.33 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 1 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MartinHafer3 / 10

The film never tries to be anything more than what it obviously is...

"Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" is a low-brow film from American International Pictures and stars some of the same folks you might see in one of their beach movies. Because of this, you really cannot expect too much. It ain't "Gone With the Wind" or "Gigi"!

The film is about a mad scientist, Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) creating a bunch of gorgeous lady robots. His plan is actually rather mundane--to marry these robots off to rich guys and then use them to steal their fortunes. The first of these (Dwayne Hickman) is an easy dupe, as he's a bit addle-brained. But the hero (Frankie Avalon) soon uncovers the plot and sets out to expose Goldfoot and his bizarre plan.

This movie is about evil beautiful robots and features very limp humor and acting. However, despite this, the film never tries to be anything else! Yes, it's happy to be a dopey picture that would only appeal to undiscerning teenagers...and nothing more. For anyone with taste, it's probably not a film worth seeing...but it is curiously fun, albeit stupid.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird5 / 10

Not a good movie but reasonably fun

I am a great fan of Vincent Price, so I thought I would enjoy Dr Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine. I did reasonably, but disappointingly it is a long way from a good movie. The score is great, as are the songs, the opening song is a classic. The locations are also lovely as are the girls/ladies, while Fred Clark does have an amusing running gag and Vincent Price and Frankie Avalon while very hammy seem to be having a ball here. However, I do agree that the mix of locations and projections in the big chase sequences are distracting and jarring. The story is awfully silly with no real surprises and one too many scenes where it becomes very leaden, while the dialogue is so cheesy it makes you roll your eyes and the gags, with a few exceptions, come very fatigued. In conclusion, not terrible but not particularly good either. 5/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by bkoganbing5 / 10

Statuesque beauties

Vincent Price looks like he's having a great old time in this preposterous film Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine. For a classically trained actor like Price the chance to do a whole film around a Snidely Whiplash type villain must have been impossible to resist. Of course he got the money up front.

Dr. Goldfoot has invented an army of robots who look like cover girls in bikinis and his mad plan is to get them married to the richest people in the world and take over their money. Such a one played by Susan Hart he's targeted Dwayne Hickman with. But her programming got messed up and she goes after Frankie Avalon a would be secret agent who is the cause no doubt of his uncle spymaster Fred Clark's baldness.

Nothing wrong with seeing all these statuesque beauties, put your mind on them and you'll forget the inanities of the story. However Price and his assistant Jack Mullaney will give you a few chuckles. They remind me of Jack Lemmon and Peter Falk in The Great Race.

It's excruciatingly dumb, but also very funny.

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