Out Of Sight

  • 1966
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical, Spy

Lamebrained Daly gets a chance to be a secret agent when he answers a call intended for his brother, a real agent. He investigates a plot to sabotage an upcoming beach event after teeny-bopper Jensen overhears the plan concocted by Lawrence, who has been "driven mad by rock 'n' roll." Lawrence's henchmen send a trio of voluptuous, bikini-clad girls to divert...read more

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Lamebrained Daly gets a chance to be a secret agent when he answers a call intended for his brother, a real agent. He investigates a plot to sabotage an upcoming beach event after teeny-bopper Jensen overhears the plan concocted by Lawrence, who has been "driven mad by rock 'n' roll."

Lawrence's henchmen send a trio of voluptuous, bikini-clad girls to divert his attentions, but to no avail. Even the Girl from FLUSH, complete with an assistant in a sidecar, `can't keep Daly from doing his job. Music from top of the pops melody makers is the film's highlight. Bob Eubanks, host of

TV's "The Dating Game," also makes an appearance in the familiar role of master of ceremonies. Songs include "Malibu Run" (Jim Karstein, Leon Russell, Gary Lewis, T. Leslie, sung by Gary Lewis and the Playboys), "Out on the Floor" (Fred Darian, Al De Lory, sung by Dobie Gray), "She'll Come Back"

(Nita Garfield, Howard Kaylan, sung by the Turtles), "Baby Please Don't Go" (Joe Williams, sung by the Astronauts), "It's Not Unusual" (Gordon Mills, Les Reed, sung by the Knickerbockers), "Funny over You" (Freddie Garrity, sung by Freddie and the Dreamers), "A Love Like You" (Quinn & Jones, sung

by Freddie and the Dreamers), "What's Her Name," and "Hip City" (Darian, De Lory).

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