Cora (Dorothy Green) and daughter Bunny (Stefanie Powers) chat about the coming mob of college kids and how Dad, the police chief (Andrew Duggan) will handle things, early in Palm Springs Weekend, 1963.
College girl Gail (Connie Stevens) gets reeled in by the giant bunny Eric (Robert Conrad) carries in his convertible, then they meet Texan Jim (Troy Donahue) down the road, in Palm Springs Weekend, 1963.
Leading man Troy Donahue is all over the vocal in the Larry Kusik/Paul Evans tune Live Young, opening Palm Springs Weekend, 1963, also starring Connie Stevens, Stefanie Powers, Ty Hardin and Robert Conrad.
Trailer from William Castle's 1962 horror-comedy Zotz!
Tom Posten finds the ZOTZ! coin, and discovers its awesome powers. He attempts to make the secret available to the US government, but is brushed off as a lunatic. Tom has some fun with the power of Zotz. The discovery becomes the interest of foreign agents, who attempt to steal the secret any way they can. Tom is captured, then escapes and is pursued. At the conclusion the coin is lost, our government realizes its error, and at the end of the movie is engaged in a massive search for the coin.
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Classic "beach" movie about college kids looking for a good time on vacation, shot on-location in the one and only Palm Springs. '60s teen heartthrobs Troy Donahue and Connie Stevens star with Stefanie Powers ("Hart to Hart") and Robert Conrad ("Baa Baa Black Sheep").
A group of teenagers goes on a spree in California's desert resort town.
Classic "beach" movie about college kids looking for a good time on vacation, shot on-location in the one and only Palm Springs. '60s teen heartthrobs Troy Donahue and Connie Stevens star with Stefanie Powers and Robert Conrad.
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