the end of the beach party

GHOST IN THE INVISIBLE BIKINI PIN UP DEBORAH WALLEY SEXY CULT

How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (14-Jul-1965)
Final appearances by Dee Dee (Annette Funicello) and Frankie (Frankie Avalon).
Final 1960s film appearance by John Fain
Final actor credit for Mickey Dora

Sergeant Deadhead (18-Aug-1965)
Final appearance by Buster Keaton (died 1 Feb 1966) in AIP film
Final appearance by John Ashley in an AIP film

Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (6-Nov-1965)
Final screen credit for Marianne Gaba and Laura Nicholson
Final appearance by Dwayne Hickman in an AIP film

The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (6-Apr-1966)
Generally considered the “final” beach party movie in the series of eight. See “AIP Loses Its Innocence” by Greenbriar Picture Shows
Final appearance of the character Eric Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck) and the Ratz
Final appearance of Alan Fife, Bob Harvey, Aron Kincaid, Tommy Kirk, John Macchia, Alberta Nelson, Andy Romano, Myrna Ross, Bobbi Shaw, Deborah Walley in an AIP film
Final film credit for Susan Hart

Fireball 500 (07-Jun-1966)
Final screen credit for Linda Bent, Jo Collins, Ed Garner, Sue Hamilton
Final appearance by Harvey Lembeck in an AIP feature
Final credit for William Asher on an AIP feature

Thunder Alley (22-Mar-1967)
Final screen credit for Mary Hughes
Final appearance by Annette Funicello in an AIP feature

The Million Eyes of Su-Muru (17-May-1967)
Final film credit for Patti Chandler

The Trip (23-Aug-1967)
Final screen credit for Luree Holmes
Final appearance by Mike Nader in an AIP feature

Wild in the Streets (29-May-1968)
Final film credit for Salli Sachse

The Haunted House of Horror (1-Jun-1969 UK / 15-Apr-1970 USA)
Final appearance by Frankie Avalon in an AIP feature

Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1 July 1972)
Final film of executive producer James H. Nicholson for American Internatonal Pictures (leaves company early 1972 to be a producer at 20th Century Fox)

The Legend of Hell House (20th Century Fox 15-Jul-1973)
Final film of executive producer James H. Nicholson (died 10 Dec 1972)

How to Beat the High Co$t of Living (11-Jul-1980)
Final film of executive producer Samuel Z. Arkoff for American Internatonal Pictures (leaves company July 1980 with $1.4 million payout)

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