Agreed. Citerion should do a boxed set of the originals. Add an Elvis set too.i've seen it,it was bad,i liked those beach movies from the 60's,oh they were great,but back to the beach was so bad,you'll be embarrased watching it,it's one of those 80's guilty pleasures,and this movie is no exception.
Sorry, I only saw TMMC in reruns (as I hadn't been been borned yet when it was on first-run TV). The first time it aired on the 70s in syndication, I missed the opening cast introductions and assumed Roy was Uncle FesterWhat was 'creepy' about Roy? Unless you're privy to some information no one else is I think another adjective might be more charitable.
The Mods insist that references to various Eastman stocks be correct. They allow aspect ratios to slide a bit, but stocks…Thank you for this. I was a little worried that we would not get it after the moderators were forced to close the controversial "While we wait for 'A few words about ... ™ Back to the Beach on Blu-ray'" thread a few months ago due to the cineastes all fighting about whether certain sequences were shot on Eastmancolor 5295 or 5297.
For the life of me i can't find any Academy Award nominations for Back To The Beach. Am I missing something?I thought BACK TO THE BEACH was nominated for five Oscars, not four. In addition to the usual categories, there was also excellence in surf wrangling.
Btw, Frankie Avalon's performance was definitely echt Noir, especially when he smiled and showed his capped teeth.
I'm referring to the last line of Mr. Harris' "few words':For the life of me i can't find any Academy Award nominations for Back To The Beach. Am I missing something?
Please forgive me if this has already been "covered," but wouldn't "Venus" make more sense?the toupee seperates from Frankie, goes to France and starts his own winery!!