The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini

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MGM Released 1966

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Director:
Don Weis
Released:
1966
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The Ghost in The Invisible Bikini is a funny musical with horror undertones that was released in 1966 and directed by Don Weis. In the film, Hiram Stokley (Boris Karloff) is a recently deceased man who learns he must do one good deed in the next 24 hours to be accepted into Heaven. Lucky for Hiram his longtime, also deceased, girlfriend Cecily (Susan Hart) agrees to help him with his task. The good deed he chooses is to protect his estate from his criminally talented lawyer, Reginald Ripper (Basil Rathborne). He fears that Ripper will take the estate for himself and his rightful heirs, Lili (Deborah Walley), Chuck (Tommy Kirk) and Myrtle (Patsy Kelly), will receive nothing. While Hiram is busy planning his good deed, his heirs decide to have a beach party at the haunted mansion. Ripper and his crew of dimwits attempt to scare them off, unknowingly falling into Hiram's plan. Hiram's eternal soul is at stake and he will not give up until he runs out of time.moreless
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