|Great expense was spared in assembling these titles.|
|Hmm. Could this be --|
|-- uh oh. Too late. Nancy the unstable heiress, meet|
big ball glowing like anything.
|Nancy the unstable heiress (we will just call her Nancy|
henceforth) runs in her cocktail dress back to the
thriving desert town of Bleached Skull and alerts the sheriff.
|Meanwhile, in the town bar, unfaithful husband Harry is|
being very unfaithful with his floozy, Honey. (Or
should that be with his honey, Floozy?)
|Still, Nancy cannot resist Harry's irresistible good looks|
and dashing manner, even though to the rest of the
world he is basically a smirk and a necktie.
|Nancy tells Harry about her sighting and they set out|
to find the glowing ball.
|Suddenly the alien pilot, Mr. Clean, appears out of|
nowhere because the producers couldn't afford
a spaceship door. He extends the big fake hand of
friendship toward Nancy --
|-- and Harry suddenly remembers he left something at|
home. His suitcase.
|Mr. Clean thoughtfully takes Nancy back home, but she|
has experienced special alien radiation, and so, like him,
she gets big fake hands.
|Meanwhile, the sheriff finds Mr. Clean, who uses his|
alien powers to turn a 1958 Plymouth into a '53 Chevy.
|Nancy is very tall now. She starts dating Manute Bol|
and gets a job with the power company.
|But revenge is on her mind! So she heads for the|
bar at Bleached Skull.
|There she finds Harry, and with just a touch of her|
big fake hand --
|-- she turns him into a badly stuffed Ken doll.|
|Alas, the end is nigh for Nancy and Ken -- er, Harry. It has|
something to do with live wires, but don't ask me what.
|The great men of science who have been following Nancy's|
unusual case try desperately to control their emotions. The
town of Bleached Skull will never be the same -- at least not
until they rebuild that bar.
Let that be a lesson to everyone: Never fall for a smirk and a necktie. Great GIFs! Thanks so much for joining in the fun!ReplyDelete
One of my favorite bad movies...and the little poster magnet currently attached to my fridge proves it. The film that introduced me to Yvette Vickers...yum! Love the goofy captions, Dave!ReplyDelete
The film that begat the bevy of big girls...30-foot brides, 50-foot cheerleaders, 60-foot centerfolds. (And let's not forget Nancy's mutation into a '90s blonde who looked like Daryl Hannah, or buxom Joy Harmon in the '60s dancing with a guy one-sixth her size.)ReplyDelete
Ah, my favorite piece of cheese! Great post - but can you tell me where she shops?ReplyDelete
This was SO well done! Loved your description of Harry "basically a smirk and a necktie." (I know a few people who fit that description.)ReplyDelete
I've never seen all of this film, but you can believe I'm going to drop EVERYTHING the next time I have the chance to watch it.